Spontaneous rupture of non-aneurysmal ascending aorta.

Abstract

Two autopsy cases with pericardial tamponade and spontaneous rupture of non-aneurysmal ascending aorta are described. In case 1, no apparent predisposing factor was clinically noticed in a 74 year old male patient, but postmortem examination revealed laceration of the ascending aorta associated with aortic valvular deformity and slight dilatation of the… (More)

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