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With increasing pressure, an aneurysm bursts allowing leakage of the blood into the surrounding areas. What Size Aortic Aneurysm Requires Surgery? An operation is the only solution when the size of an aneurysm is above 5 centimeters. The chance for a rupture is high in this case, and doctors tend to attend to the situation immediately.What is the size of the thoracic aorta?
What is the size of a normal thoracic aorta? For the thoracic aorta , a diameter greater than 3.5 cm is generally considered dilated, whereas greater than 4.5 cm would be considered aneurysmal. Aneurysms may affect one or more segments of the thoracic aorta , including the ascending aorta , the arch, and the descending thoracic aorta .How fast do aneurysms grow?
Mean growth rates for ascending and aortic arch aneurysms ranged from 0.2 to 2.8 mm/year, while those for descending and thoracoabdominal aneurysms ranged from 1.9 to 3.4 mm/year in studies reporting according to anatomical location. Can you live a long life with an aortic aneurysm?Do aortic aneurysms always grow?
Typically, an aneurysm grows slowly, although it can grow faster, particularly in people with a family history of aortic aneurysms or with a genetic condition related to the body’s connective tissues. If an aneurysm is larger or is found to be growing too quickly, elective surgery to repair the aneurysm may be considered.