Tag: aorta

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September 15, 2023/Vascular Surgery

Intracranial Aneurysm Risk in Marfan Syndrome: Study Reveals Higher-Than-Expected Prevalence

Cleveland Clinic findings prompt efforts for broad data pooling

August 4, 2023/Clinical Cardiology

How the New ACC/AHA Guideline on Aortic Disease Is Starting to Shape Practice

Impacts include major emphases on multidisciplinary teams, shared decision-making

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June 14, 2023/Education

Come to Cleveland in September for Unmatched Aortic Disease Education

Popular CME course takes a soup-to-nuts approach with a diverse faculty and inventive programming

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Adjustable Soft Robotic Sleeve Mimics Complex Hemodynamics of Aortic Stenosis

Sophisticated in vivo modeling can enhance device development and therapy testing


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November 25, 2022/Cardiac Surgery

Ultra-Hybrid Repair of Thoracoabdominal Aortic Aneurysm: A Good Option for Pan-Aorta Involvement

Large series finds outcomes from staged “endo-open” strategy comparable to open repair

June 23, 2022/Heart Valve Disease

Consider Sparing the Valve in Patients With BAV Undergoing Ascending Aortic Replacement

Retrospective study shows good durability of well-functioning bicuspid valves

February 22, 2022/Heart Valve Disease

Valve-Sparing Aortic Root Replacement: Outcomes With Bicuspid Vs. Tricuspid Valves

Series finds short-term outcomes excellent, but BAV may be less durable

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