Medical Definition of DeBakey's classification

1. Consists of three types: Type I extends into the transverse arch and distal aorta and type II is confined to the ascending aorta. Type III dissections begin in the descending aorta, with type IIIA extending toward the diaphragm and type IIIB extending below it. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of DeBakey's Classification

Dayan
Daybreak
Dayes
Daygo
Dayi
Dayi method
Daykin
Daypro
Dayson
Dayton
Dayton ax
Dayton axe
Daytona Beach
DbC
De'ang
DeBakey's classification
DeBakey forceps
DeLee
DeLee's manoeuvre
DeMille
DeWitt Clinton
De Bakey
De Forest
De Morgan's law
De Morgan's laws
De Morgan's spots
De Niro
De Quincey
De Sanctis-Cacchione syndrome
De Sica

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