Article Abstract

The best of both worlds—repair of acute Stanford type A aortic dissections in the hybrid operating room?

Authors: Brent Keeling, Edward Chen

Abstract

Acute type A aortic dissection is a fatal disease without prompt surgical intervention. Optimal surgical technique, particularly with respect to arch management, has undergone significant evolution over the last decade and has resulted in significant improvements in operative outcome.

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