Marfan syndrome and Aorta

Marfan Syndrome is an inherited disorder that affects connective tissue. People with Marfan syndrome are tall and thin with long arms, legs, fingers and toes experiencing back pain, mitral valve prolapse or murmur, abnormally raised roof of the mouth or crowded teeth, blurred vision or nearsightedness, bulging chest or sunken chest, along with abnormally long fingers, collapsed lung, disproportionately long arms and legs, double jointed, fatigue, flat feet, scoliosis, small pupils, stretch marks, or tall and slender build. Treatment includes medication to keep blood pressure low, glasses or contact lenses and surgery. The various surgeries such as Vitrectomy, Endovascular aneurysm repair, Vascular grafting and Vascular grafting need to be undergone for its curing.

  • Aortic Enlargement
  • Aortic Tear or Rupture
  • Mitral Valve Prolapse
  • Aortic Regurgitation

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