Aortic aneurysm - thoracic; Syphilitic aneurysm; Aneurysm - thoracic aortic
Aneurysms develop slowly over many years. Most patients have no symptoms until the aneurysm begins to leak or expand. Chest or back pain may mean sudden widening or leakage of the aneurysm.
Symptoms often begin suddenly when:
If the aneurysm presses on nearby structures,...Read more
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