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aneurysm of the right sinus of Valsalva protruded into the right atrium. With color flow Doppler ultrasonography, an aorto-cardiac fistula (ACF) was suspected. Additional echocardiographic findings included mildly thickened mitral valve leaflets producing

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level with an irregularly thickened wall (aneurysm). The lungs were diffusely congested. Figure 1— Photographs of the thoracic cavity (A) and opened aorta (B) of a 2-year-old English Setter that died soon after a flight from South Africa to the

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mesenteric artery that measured approximately 10.0 cm in diameter with a lamellated, 3.0-cm-thick wall ( Figure 3 ). Multiple anomalous arteries arising from the aorta also supplied the mass. Within the cranial mesenteric artery, distal to the aneurysm, an

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limitations of the owners. 4 In humans, aspergillosis of the CNS has been identified; pathological changes ranging from mycotic aneurysms, basilar meningitis, and myelitis to more severe lesions, such as hemorrhagic necrosis causing brain herniation, have

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diagnosis: aortic atherosclerosis with aneurysm and rupture. Case summary: ruptured aortic aneurysm caused by atherosclerosis in a flamingo. Comments Atherosclerosis is a common disease process found in avian species. Factors that contribute to its

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the page → Diagnostic Imaging Findings and Interpretation Echocardiography revealed an aneurysm of the aortic root and aortic arch. The diameter ratio between the ascending aorta and the main pulmonary artery was 1.75 (reference range, 0.9 to 1

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, endometrial adenocarcinoma, n = 182 [48.9%]; leiomyoma, 35 [9.4%]; or leiomyosarcoma, 17 [4.6%]) or nonneoplastic (eg, endometrial hyperplasia, 157 [42.2%]; adenomyosis, 21 [5.6%]; or endometrial venous aneurysm, 8 [2.2%]), alone or in combination. Most of

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immunodeficiency. 2 The most interesting component of this patient’s presentation was the formation of a pseudoaneurysm at the terminating aorta. A pseudoaneurysm is distinguished from a true aneurysm in that, whereas an aneurysm is a permanent segmental dilation

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. The skeletal system and joints were unremarkable. Differential diagnoses for the soft tissue mass included aneurysm of the right postcaval or pulmonary vein and a highly vascularized neoplastic mass. The mineral opacity in the caudal coelom was

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cause aneurysms, thrombosis, and mineralization of the aortic wall and is not endemic in the United Kingdom. 1 , 2 There have been reports 3 , 4 of abdominal aortic wall thickening due to various causes including infectious and noninfectious

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