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Intimal angiosarcoma of the descending aorta as an unusual cause of severe upper extremity hypertension
  1. J-Y Kim,
  2. B-C Chang,
  3. J-W Ha

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A 49 year old man presented with epigastric and back pain. The patient complained of intermittent paraesthesia of both the lower extremities and a four month history of fatigue, weight loss, and headache. On physical examination the blood pressure at the upper extremities was 210/160 …

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