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Preceding Aortic Bare Stenting for Visceral and Limb Malperfusion before Proximal Surgical Repair of Stanford Type A Aortic Dissection.

Mesenteric malperfusion is a fatal complication of acute aortic dissection, which should rapidly be repaired. However, the optimal treatment strategy remains controversial in patients with type A aortic dissection. We report on a case with aortic bare stenting for visceral and lower limb malperfusion prior to the proximal repair. The visceral and limb reperfusion was obtained after aortic bare stenting and proximal repair was successfully performed. This technique can be an alternative option for visceral malperfusion due to type A aortic dissection. However, careful patient selection is required considering the risk of new dissection and rupture.

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