4 edition of Diseases of the aorta found in the catalog.
Diseases of the aorta
E. Stanley Crawford
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||E. Stanley Crawford, John L. Crawford ; illustrated by Perrin Sparks Smith.|
|Contributions||Crawford, John L., Smith, Perrin Sparks.|
|LC Classifications||RC691.5 .C7 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 401 p. :|
|Number of Pages||401|
|LC Control Number||82021727|
The ascending aorta is approximately 3 cm in diameter, depending on age, sex, and body surface area. Among approximately individuals in the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis, the mean diameter of the ascending aorta was ± cm, 7,8 and in none of these normal individuals exceeded 5 cm. The diameter of the aortic arch is similar. The aorta is the conduit through which blood ejected from the left ventricle is delivered to the systemic arterial bed. In adults, its diameter is ~3 cm at the origin and in the ascending portion, cm in the descending portion in the thorax, and –2 cm in the abdomen.
Many recent technical advances have enhanced the safety of open surgery of the descending thoracic aorta. Previous to the refinement of these adjuncts and techniques, surgeons such as Stanley Crawford showed that simple aortic cross-clamping with expeditious surgery produced the best results. 1 In Crawford’s era of “clamp and go”, time limitations pressured surgeons to perform Cited by: This guide thoroughly discusses all aspects of the aorta, including embryology, anatomy, health, and disease. This highly focused text concentrates on the functions of the aorta, not simply as a pathophysiological entity, but also as a significant prognostic indicator for cardiovascular : Hardcover.
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Diseases of the Aorta. Front Matter. Pages i-xix. PDF. A Timeline History of Aortic Disease and Therapies, Including Surgery. Raymond A. Dieter Jr., Sanjay Singh, Jasvinder Chawla, Daryl A.
Drake Jr Embryology and Anatomy of the Aorta. Rania Kaoukis, Robert S. Dieter, Ivie Okundaye, Michael. The bulk of the book focuses on acute and chronic disorders such as coarctation of the aorta, inflammatory and connective tissue disorders, acute aortic thrombosis, infections, tumors, related ocular diseases, and various aneurysms and fistulas.
In addition, it explores aortic disease in pregnancy, fetal aortic disorders, Brand: Springer International Publishing. The bulk of the book focuses on acute and chronic disorders such as coarctation of the aorta, inflammatory and connective tissue disorders, acute aortic thrombosis, infections, tumors, related ocular diseases, and various aneurysms and fistulas.
Co-authored by the late Dr. Crawford, the world's most renowned cardio-aortic and aortic surgeon, this book provides the various original techniques that he has experienced in his over aortic procedures.
Sections include diseases of the heart and aorta, preoperative evaluation, anesthesia, pathophysiology, operative technique, complications, statistical analyses, and long term management.5/5(1). Provides clinical and comprehensive coverage of common and ususual diseases of the aorta.
Emphasis is placed on three areas: aetiologic Diseases of the aorta book and pathophysiologic mechanisms; the clinical features of common and rare aortic diseases; and an illustrated review of aortic imaging techniques. Diseases of the aorta E. Stanley Crawford and John L. Crawford, eds. Baltimore,Williams & Wilkins, pages, $ This volume is a compendium Diseases of the aorta book Dr.
E Stanley Crawford's experience with aortic surgery during a year career and draws on a clinical experience exceeding : Richard L. McCann, Walter G Wolfe.
Discusses the hottest topics in aortic disease, including imaging of the aorta • acute aortic dissection and late complications • intramural hematomas • thoracic and abdominal aortic aneurysms • TEVAR/EVAR procedures. The aorta begins in the anterior mediastinum above the aortic valve as the ascending aorta, the most proximal portion of which is also called the aortic root.
This is followed in the superior mediastinum by the aortic arch, which gives rise to the brachiocephalic by: AORTA Official Journal of the Aortic Institute at Yale-New Haven Hospital is devoted to diseases of the aorta, both thoracic and abdominal with both occlusive and aneurysm disease being covered.
This journal focuses directly on the aorta and its first-order branches (innominate, carotid, subclavian, celiac axis, superior mesenteric artery.
OCLC Number: Notes: "November " Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm. Contents: The history of surgery of the thoracic aorta / Denton A. Cooley --Natural history, pathogenesis, and etiology of thoracic aortic aneurysms and dissections / Michael A.
Coady --Pathologic variants of thoracic aortic dissections: penetrating atherosclerotic ulcers and intramural. Aortic Disease. The aorta is the largest artery in the body.
Oxygen-rich blood enters the aorta and the heart pumps the blood out of the aorta where it travels to the rest of the body via the smaller arteries that branch out from it.
When affected by disease, the aorta can. Co-authored by the late Dr. Crawford, the world's most renowned cardio-aortic and aortic surgeon, this book provides the various original techniques that he has experienced in his over aortic procedures.
Sections include diseases of the heart and aorta, preoperative evaluation, anesthesia, pathophysiology, operative technique. The book comprehensively summarizes current knowledge on albeit uncommon, but serious aortic diseases.
Until now Diseases of the Aorta (Spectrum Slovakia): Frantisek Sabol, Adrian Kolesar, Panagiotis Artemiou: : Books. Page - This murmur is, as far as I have observed, invariably basic in seat and systolic in time, produced at the orifices of the aorta, and of the pulmonary artery, with a force at each proportional to the power of its communicating ventricle ; scarcely conducted along the aorta at all ; frequently audible, on the contrary, at the second left or pulmonary cartilage ; only in exceptional.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 29 cm: Contents: 1. Historical Aspects of Cardiovascular and Vascular Disease of the Aorta Diagnosis and Evaluation of Aortic Disease Degenerative Aortic Aneurysms Aortic Dissection Marfan Syndrome and Connective Tissue Diseases Aortitis and Inflammatory Aneurysms Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Diseases of the Aorta: An Atlas of Angiographic Pathology and Surgical Treatment. New Approaches to Aortic Disease from Valve to Abdominal Bifurcation provides a complete look at aortic valve diseases from all points of view, including etiology, physiopathology, prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
The book offers new insights into the aortic valve and pathology based on evidence of current diagnostic methods, treatments and. Thoracic Aortic Diseases represents an ambitious undertaking by a large number of highly respected international specialists in aortic pathologies, with the purpose of providing information on the acquired and genetic basis of aortic diseases as well as a global perspective on therapeutic alternatives.
The new concept of a team approach with surgeons working together with both interventional. Visualization of the head and neck vessels. Off-axis transoesophageal echocardiography view of the aortic arch.
(A) A linear dissection flap is seen. The origins of the left common carotid and subclavian arteries as seen to arise from the smaller, true lumen (white arrows). Atherosclerosis -- or hardening of the arteries -- is the leading cause of heart attacks, strokes, and peripheral vascular disease.
Find out more about atherosclerosis causes, symptoms, risk. involved in diseases of the ascending aorta (e.g. bicuspid valve, aortic regurgitation due to dilatation of the ascending aorta or aortic dissection, and other diseases).
Of paramount importance for evaluation of the thoracic aorta is the suprasternal view (Figure 2A). This view primarily depicts theFile Size: KB.CONGENITAL ANOMALIES OF THE AORTA Congenital anomalies of the aorta usually involve the aortic arch and its branches.
Symptoms such as dysphagia, stridor, and cough may occur if an anomaly causes a ring around or otherwise compresses the esophagus or trachea.Diseases of the Aorta, a volume in the Modern Trends in Vascular Surgery series, is a compilation of chapters that pertain to the treatment of aortic disease.
Sections are organized by .