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Figure 13: (a) Mid-esophageal aortic valve long-axis view demonstrating the intimal flap arising at the sinotubular junction (arrows). (b) Upper esophageal aortic arch long-axis view (arrow) indicating the presence of an intimal tear in the aortic wall. (c) Stanford Type B dissection with the intimal flap at the level of descending aorta. TL: True lumen, FL: False lumen

Figure 13: (a) Mid-esophageal aortic valve long-axis view demonstrating the intimal flap arising at the sinotubular junction (arrows). (b) Upper esophageal aortic arch long-axis view (arrow) indicating the presence of an intimal tear in the aortic wall. (c) Stanford Type B dissection with the intimal flap at the level of descending aorta. TL: True lumen, FL: False lumen