New Study Suggests that Aortic Aneurysm Screening Should be Extended to Older Age Groups

The 12-year study analyzed data on 92,728 people, and found that most ruptured aortic aneurysms now occur in those age 75 and older.

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One reason why aortic aneurysms are so lethal is that there are frequently no symptoms. This means that doctors must rely on risk factors to identify people who are most

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