Recurrence Aortic Abdominal Dissection after Stent Grafting for Stanford Type B thoracic Dissection Case Report

Acute aortic dissection remains the most common aortic catastrophe currently. It is significant to be on the alert for the recurrent aortic dissection. A 62-yearold woman with hypertension was admitted to the Emergency department with sudden intense back pain, profuse sweating and with the feeling of impending death for 3 hours. The surgeon of Peking University Shougang hospital conducted TEVAR in the first day after hospitalization and the back pain had lessened after the surgeon. The fourth day after hospitalization, the patient had Intermittent back pain. The recurrent dissection entry was found on the bottom of the thoracic artery stent-graft. The surgeon of Peking University Shougang hospital conducted the endovascular covered stent-graft repair of the abdominal aorta.


Xiaoxiao Zhao, Tianrun Li, Jinbo Liu, Shaomei Feng and Hongyu Wang*

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