Heart, Lung and Circulation
Image| Volume 29, ISSUE 9, e260-e261, September 2020

Aortic-Diagonal Aneurysm as an Accidentally Detected Long-Term Consequence of CABG in a Patient Being Diagnosed Due to Dyspnoea

Published:April 08, 2020DOI:
      An 82-year-old man came to the emergency department because of an exacerbation of exertional dyspnoea during the previous 2 weeks; he had no dyspnoea at rest. He had recently had an upper respiratory infection. His medical history included coronary artery bypass graft and heart pacemaker implantation.


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