The hybrid repair of a penetrating ulcer in a patient with a bovine arch; debranching followed by endovascular stent placement.

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Aortic arch disease has conventionally been a subject for open surgical repair, which may require circulatory arrest, accompanied by a long perfusion and extended cross-clamp time. A 2-stage approach utilizing an elephant trunk procedure followed by a descending aortic replacement, or utilizing a frozen elephant trunk with endovascular extension is not well… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1538574413475884

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@article{NeragiMiandoab2013TheHR, title={The hybrid repair of a penetrating ulcer in a patient with a bovine arch; debranching followed by endovascular stent placement.}, author={Siyamek Neragi-Miandoab and William Alex Jakobleff and Evan Lipsitz and Robert E. Michler}, journal={Vascular and endovascular surgery}, year={2013}, volume={47 3}, pages={228-31} }