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A. arch of aorta
B. abdominal aorta


n. pl. a·or·tas or a·or·tae (-tē)
The main trunk of the systemic arteries, carrying blood from the left side of the heart to the arteries of all limbs and organs except the lungs.

[New Latin, from Greek āortē, from āeirein, to lift; see wer- in Indo-European roots.]

a·or′tal, a·or′tic adj.
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Adj.1.aortic - of or relating to the aortaaortic - of or relating to the aorta    


[eɪˈɔːtɪk] ADJaórtico


a. aórtico-a, rel. a la aorta;
___ murmursoplo, ruido ___;
___ stenosisestenosis o estrechamiento ___.


adj aórtico
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Arising from the right aortic sinus, the RCA runs in the coronary sulcus between the right atrium and right ventricle (Drake et al.
The underlying mechanism for congenital type is incomplete fusion of the distal bulbar septum (primitive bulbis cordis) and truncal ridges (aortopulmonary septum) resulting in fragility at the junction of aortic annulus and the right aortic sinus medias and right portion of the noncoronary sinus (Fig.
The atherosclerotic lesions were also evaluated within the aortic sinus from [greater than or equal to]5 animals.
The right coronary artery (RCA) arises from the anterior coronary sinus and the left coronary artery (LCA) from the left posterior aortic sinus.
10) These include: a) a bypass graft combined by ligation of the anomalous artery; b) the Takeuchi-procedure in which a tunnel is created between the aortopulmonary window and the coronary artery; or c) reimplantation of the anomalous artery into the aortic sinus.
Thoracic aortic sinus of Valsalva 33184300-6 5200 pcs
First, the aortic sinus aneurysm caused a large defect (14 mm diameter), and some of the adjacent tissues were fragile and weak.
Most people have two coronary arteries that originate from the left aortic sinus and right aortic sinus in turn.
Myocardial ischaemia in a case of a solitary coronary ostium in the right aortic sinus with retroaortic course of the left coronary artery: Documentation of the underlying pathophysiological mechanisms of ischaemia by intracoronary Doppler and pressure measurements.
The catheter placed in the non-coronary aortic sinus can mark the antero-superior limit of the IAS also as in this case.
In this rare anomaly, the LCA arises from the right aortic sinus, and the RCA arises from the left aortic sinus.