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Indian origin Takayasu's arteritis: A case report with a brief review of clinical management

@inproceedings{Jain2012IndianOT,
  title={Indian origin Takayasu's arteritis: A case report with a brief review of clinical management},
  author={Divya Jain and Manisha Rojha and Munisha Aggarwal and Devesh Kumar},
  year={2012}
}
SUMMARY Indian origin aortoarteritis is a rare variant of Takayasu’s arteritis (TA), a chronic progressive panendarteritis involving the aorta and its main branches. Anesthesia for such patients is complicated by their severe uncontrolled hypertension, end-organ dysfunction and stenosis of major blood vessels affecting regional circulation. A case report and it anaesthetic management is presented. 

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