Acute Dissection of the Aorta
Sudden onset of interscapular or chest pain should raise a high index of suspicion of acute dissection of the aorta, especially if myocardial infarction has been excluded.
KeywordsAortic Dissection Left Subclavian Artery False Lumen Acute Aortic Dissection True Lumen
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