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Morphometry of the aortic arch and its branches

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Morphological characteristics of the aortic arch organization

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Aortic arch branches’ variations detected on chest CT

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Asymptomatic Double Aortic Arch Accidentally Diagnosed for a Child with T-Cell Lymphoma - Case Report

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The 1st and 2nd trimester scan of the fetal heart in the case of interrupted aortic arch - case report

References 1. Celoria GC, Patton RB. Congenital absence of the aortic arch. Am Heart J 1959;58:407-413. 2. Reardon MJ, Hallman GL, Cooley DA. Interrupted aortic arch: Brief review and summary of an eighteen-year experience. Tex Heart Inst J 1984;11:250-259. 3. Hornberger LK. Aortic arch anomalies. In: Textbook of Fetal Cardiology, Allan L, Hornberger L, Sharland G (eds). Greenwich Medical Media: London, 2000: 305-321. 4. Przewodnik po Rekomendacjach Sekcji Ultrasonografii Polskiego Towarzystwa

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Isolated Double Aortic Arch (Daa) – Prenatal Detection with Postnatal Follow-Up, Case Report and Literature Review

References 1. Hunter L., Callaghan N., Patel K., Prenatal echocardiographic diagnosis of double aortic arch, Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol. 2015; 45: 483-485 2. Gou Z., He Y., Zhang Y., et al., Prenatal diagnosis of fetal double aortic arch: report of a case, Int J Clin Exp Pathol 2015; 8 (10): 13565-13567 3. Wójtowicz A., Respondek- Liberska M., et al., The significance of a prenatal diagnosis of right aortic arch, Prenatal diagnosis 2017; 37 (4): 365-374 4. Slodki M, Moszura T, Janiak K, Sysa A

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Endo and exo aortic morphometry (endoluminal) in the aortic arch and its branches

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Comparison of the clinical status and the effects of treatment of newborns with interrupted aortic arch diagnosed prenatally and postnatally in the "Polish Mother's Memorial" Institute in Lodz in the years 2003-2012

References 1. Skalski J, Religa Z. Kardiochirurgia dziecięca. Wydawnictwo Naukowe Śląsk, Katowice 2003. 2. Malec E, Januszewska K, Radziwiłłowa D, Pawłowska M. Dziecko z wadą serca. Poradnik dla rodziców. Fundacja im. Diny Radziwiłłowej, Warszawa 2007. 3. Dillman J, Yarram S, D’Amico A, i wsp. Interrupted Aortic Arch. Spectrum of MRI Findings. American Journal of Roentgenology 2008;6(190):1467-1474. 4. Szczeklik A, Tender M. Kariologia. Podręcznik oparty na zasadach EBM. Tom I. Wyd. Medycyna

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An unusual origin of the right subclavian artery – arteria lusoria

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Markers of Atherosclerosis in Hypertensive Patients with Less Advanced Chronic Kidney Disease

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