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From: Eleven years of experience with the neurologic complications in Korean patients with acute aortic dissection: a retrospective study

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Dissection type. (A) Classic type A aortic dissection with visible intimal flap (arrow) inside dilated ascending and descending aorta. (B) Dissected supra-aortic branches (innominate, left common carotid and left subclavian artery) in the same patient as in figure A. (C) Type A intramural hematoma with crescent or circular high attenuation (arrow) in ascending and descending aortic wall on noncontrast CT. (D) No contrast enhancement of the thickened arotic wall in the same patient as in figure C.

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