In this Supplement
By Christoph A. Nienaber, MD, PhD
When should treatment occur in acute, initially uncomplicated type B aortic dissection?
By Michael D. Dake, MD
The current paradigm and future management of dSINE.
By Hung-Lung Hsu, MD; and Chun-Che Shih, MD, PhD
The top precursors/predictors for earlier endovascular treatment versus medical management of type B aortic dissection.
By Worawong Slisatkorn, MD
Treating Complicated Acute Type B Aortic Dissection With Proximal Stent Grafts and Distal Bare Stents
Bare aortic stents can expand the true lumen immediately and result in early favorable aortic remodeling.
By Jer-Shen Chen, MD
Understanding the effects on aortic remodeling and malperfusion.
By Jonathan Sobocinski, MD, PhD; Nuno V. Dias, MD, PhD; Rachel Clough, MD, PhD; and Stéphan Haulon, MD, PhD
Evolving concepts in the endovascular elimination of aortic dissection.
By Peter Mossop, MD; and Ian Nixon, MD
A discussion of therapeutic strategies for chronic type B aortic dissection, avoiding expansion of the false lumen, and treatment with endovascular therapy.
By Masaaki Kato, MD
Devices and techniques for treating this condition.