The dynamics of an ascending aorta dissection by 16 row multislice computed tomography
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Volume Rendering reconstruction: The relationships between the cardiovascular structures of the thorax are
appreciated in the dataset reconstructed in the diastolic phase.
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Virtual Angioscopic reconstruction of the thoracic aorta in the
diastolic phase: The movie begins with the viewing point in the true lumen of the descending
thoracic aorta pointing towards the aortic arch. At the level of the aortic
arch the viewpoint tilt and points towards the false lumen in the ascending
aorta which appears dilated by the diastolic pressure. The true lumen is
located on the left side of the flap in the ascending aorta.
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doi: 10.1136/heart.89.9.970 Heart 1 September 2003 vol. 89 no. 9 970
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