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Figure 1: (a) Parasternal long-axis view demonstrating a dilated ascending aorta with a dissection flap. (b) Suprasternal view revealing a dissection flap at the level of aortic arch. (c) Suprasternal view showing the extension of dissection flap into the left subclavian artery (white arrow) and along the descending thoracic aorta (yellow arrow). (d) Subcoastal view demonstrating a dissection flap in the abdominal aorta.

Figure 1: (a) Parasternal long-axis view demonstrating a dilated ascending aorta with a dissection flap. (b) Suprasternal view revealing a dissection flap at the level of aortic arch. (c) Suprasternal view showing the extension of dissection flap into the left subclavian artery (white arrow) and along the descending thoracic aorta (yellow arrow). (d) Subcoastal view demonstrating a dissection flap in the abdominal aorta.