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Diagnosis and management of patients with aortic dissection
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    Aortic Dissection and the Family

    Dear Editor,

    Drs. Ince and Nienaber (1) provided an excellent and interesting review of the diagnosis and management of patients with aortic dissection.

    Long-term follow-up was stressed as being of prime importance for these patients, particularly the ongoing monitoring of aortic size parameters. In addition, although not specifically mentioned in their review, one must pay careful attention to the family...

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