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Aorta thickening
CT aortic angio gram report says,8cm long symmetric wall thickening in distal thoracic aorta with adjacent fat stranding aortitius; lumen is of normal caliber without evidence of narrowing or widening.She developes chest pain when climbing which spreads to left hand and left arm.Pain relieved after some rest.her hb 10.
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Hi chest pain would be due to circulatory compromise ....according to Your description there's no stenosis or narrowing of lumen.... Kindly follow up with cardiologist for evaluation...
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