[A case report of extended thoracoabdominal graft repair for dissecting aneurysm (DeBakey Type IIIb) with visceral ischemia].


A 62-year-old man diagnosed as dissecting aneurysm (DeBakey type IIIb) with visceral is chemia was transferred to our hospital. He had suffered from abdominal pain and the absence of right femoral pulse. Emergent laparotomy revealed no evidence of visceral infarction. Right axillo-femoral bypass was performed. However, visceral ischemia gradually progressed… (More)


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