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It Was the Aorta but Not a Dissection: Intramural Aorta Hematoma

      Aortic intramural hematoma is an acute aortic syndrome that disrupts the integrity of the aortic wall. Intramural hematoma results from rupture of the vasa vasorum and hemorrhage into the arterial media. This condition is characterized by an intact intimal aortic layer with no communication between the hematoma and aortic lumen.
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