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Figure 4: (a) Abdominal aorta with large, glistening intimal plaques seen around the superior mesenteric (SMA) and left (LRA), right (RRA) renal arteries; (b) single large gelatinous plaque with superimposed thrombosis (t) in descending thoracic aorta (DTA); (c) diffuse intimal thickening with superficial scars and furrows of entire descending aorta; (d) the localized disease affecting the descending thoracic aorta (DTA) is abruptly separated from normal abdominal aorta (AA) by a distinct shelf of intimal thickening

Figure 4: (a) Abdominal aorta with large, glistening intimal plaques seen around the superior mesenteric (SMA) and left (LRA), right (RRA) renal arteries; (b) single large gelatinous plaque with superimposed thrombosis (t) in descending thoracic aorta (DTA); (c) diffuse intimal thickening with superficial scars and furrows of entire descending aorta; (d) the localized disease affecting the descending thoracic aorta (DTA) is abruptly separated from normal abdominal aorta (AA) by a distinct shelf of intimal thickening