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Table 3 Primary surgery at the time point of acute aortic dissection, time period between initial surgery and redo procedure, pathology at time-point of redo surgery

From: Hybrid debranching and TEVAR of the aortic arch off-pump, in re-do patients with complicated chronic type-A aortic dissections: a critical report

Patient Primary surgery Years between primary and redo surgery Pathology prior to debranching
#1 Supracomissural ascending aorta replacement, hemiarch replacement 0.52 Chronically dissected aortic arch, consecutive dilatation
#2 Supracomissural ascending aorta replacement, open distal anastomosis 4.35 Progressive aneurysm of the arch and descending aorta
#3 Supracomissural ascending aorta replacement, open distal anastomosis 7.18 Chronically dissected aortic arch, consecutive dilatation and true lumen collaps
#4 Supracomissural ascending aorta replacement, open distal anastomosis 8.69 Pseudoaneurysm of the distal anastomosis
#5 Aortic valve- and root replacement (conduit), hemiarch replacement 0.11 Pseudoaneurysm of the distal anastomosis