Aortoarteritis of abdominal aorta: an angiographic profile in 110 patients.

  title={Aortoarteritis of abdominal aorta: an angiographic profile in 110 patients.},
  author={K. Ravi Mandalam and Santhosh Joseph and Venkatesh R. Rao and Arun Kumar Gupta and N M Unni and Abburu Srinivasa Rao and Sunil Kumar and Raghavan Subramanyan and Swatee Halbe and Epari Venkat Rao},
  journal={Clinical radiology},
  volume={48 1},
The angiographic appearances in 110 patients (49 males, 61 females, age range 11-46 years, mean 27.8 years) with aortoarteritis involving the abdominal aorta and/or its branches were analysed. There were 41 aneurysms of the abdominal aorta in 37 patients and eight aneurysms of its branches in as many patients. In 50 patients, 53 obstructive lesions involved the abdominal aorta and were classified as stenoses of focal, segmental and diffuse types and total occlusions. Branch obstructions (182… CONTINUE READING


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