Overview of Fusiform Aneurysm

A fusiform aneurysm happens when the aorta gets dilated and enlarged, and the whole wall around it is dilated. Dr. Marco Bologna, Cardiothoracic Surgeon with Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute, explains what a thoracic aneurysm is and why the fusiform aneurysm is the most common one.

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