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Consensus statement on surgical pathology of the aorta from the Society for Cardiovascular Pathology and the Association For European Cardiovascular Pathology: II. Noninflammatory degenerative diseases - nomenclature and diagnostic criteria. / Halushka, Marc K.; Angelini, Annalisa; Bartoloni, Giovanni; Basso, Cristina; Batoroeva, Lubov; Bruneval, Patrick; Buja, L. Maximilian; Butany, Jagdish; d'Amati, Giulia; Fallon, John T.; Gallagher, Patrick J.; Gittenberger-de Groot, Adriana C.; Gouveia, Rosa H.; Kholova, Ivana; Kelly, Karen L.; Leone, Ornella; Litovsky, Silvio H.; Maleszewski, Joseph J.; Miller, Dylan V.; Mitchell, Richard N.; Preston, Stephen D.; Pucci, Angela; Radio, Stanley J.; Rodriguez, E. Rene; Sheppard, Mary N.; Stone, James R.; Suvarna, S. Kim; Tan, Carmela D.; Thiene, Gaetano; Veinot, John P.; van der Wal, Allard C.

In: Cardiovascular pathology, Vol. 25, No. 3, 2016, p. 247-257.

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Halushka, MK, Angelini, A, Bartoloni, G, Basso, C, Batoroeva, L, Bruneval, P, Buja, LM, Butany, J, d'Amati, G, Fallon, JT, Gallagher, PJ, Gittenberger-de Groot, AC, Gouveia, RH, Kholova, I, Kelly, KL, Leone, O, Litovsky, SH, Maleszewski, JJ, Miller, DV, Mitchell, RN, Preston, SD, Pucci, A, Radio, SJ, Rodriguez, ER, Sheppard, MN, Stone, JR, Suvarna, SK, Tan, CD, Thiene, G, Veinot, JP & van der Wal, AC 2016, 'Consensus statement on surgical pathology of the aorta from the Society for Cardiovascular Pathology and the Association For European Cardiovascular Pathology: II. Noninflammatory degenerative diseases - nomenclature and diagnostic criteria', Cardiovascular pathology, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 247-257. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.carpath.2016.03.002

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Halushka, M. K., Angelini, A., Bartoloni, G., Basso, C., Batoroeva, L., Bruneval, P., Buja, L. M., Butany, J., d'Amati, G., Fallon, J. T., Gallagher, P. J., Gittenberger-de Groot, A. C., Gouveia, R. H., Kholova, I., Kelly, K. L., Leone, O., Litovsky, S. H., Maleszewski, J. J., Miller, D. V., ... van der Wal, A. C. (2016). Consensus statement on surgical pathology of the aorta from the Society for Cardiovascular Pathology and the Association For European Cardiovascular Pathology: II. Noninflammatory degenerative diseases - nomenclature and diagnostic criteria. Cardiovascular pathology, 25(3), 247-257. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.carpath.2016.03.002

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Halushka, Marc K. ; Angelini, Annalisa ; Bartoloni, Giovanni ; Basso, Cristina ; Batoroeva, Lubov ; Bruneval, Patrick ; Buja, L. Maximilian ; Butany, Jagdish ; d'Amati, Giulia ; Fallon, John T. ; Gallagher, Patrick J. ; Gittenberger-de Groot, Adriana C. ; Gouveia, Rosa H. ; Kholova, Ivana ; Kelly, Karen L. ; Leone, Ornella ; Litovsky, Silvio H. ; Maleszewski, Joseph J. ; Miller, Dylan V. ; Mitchell, Richard N. ; Preston, Stephen D. ; Pucci, Angela ; Radio, Stanley J. ; Rodriguez, E. Rene ; Sheppard, Mary N. ; Stone, James R. ; Suvarna, S. Kim ; Tan, Carmela D. ; Thiene, Gaetano ; Veinot, John P. ; van der Wal, Allard C. / Consensus statement on surgical pathology of the aorta from the Society for Cardiovascular Pathology and the Association For European Cardiovascular Pathology: II. Noninflammatory degenerative diseases - nomenclature and diagnostic criteria. In: Cardiovascular pathology. 2016 ; Vol. 25, No. 3. pp. 247-257.

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title = "Consensus statement on surgical pathology of the aorta from the Society for Cardiovascular Pathology and the Association For European Cardiovascular Pathology: II. Noninflammatory degenerative diseases - nomenclature and diagnostic criteria",
abstract = "Surgical aortic specimens are usually examined in Pathology Departments as a result of treatment of aneurysms or dissections. A number of diseases, genetic syndromes (Marfan syndrome, Loeys-Dietz syndrome, etc.), and vasculopathic aging processes involved in vascular injury can cause both distinct and nonspecific histopathologic changes with degeneration of the media as a common denominator. Terminology for these changes has varied over time leading to confusion and inconsistencies. This consensus document has established a revised, unified nomenclature for the variety of noninflammatory degenerative aortic histopathologies seen in such specimens. Older terms such as cystic medial necrosis and medionecrosis are replaced by more technically accurate terms such as mucoid extracellular matrix accumulation (MEMA), elastic fiber fragmentation and/or loss, and smooth muscle cell nuclei loss. A straightforward system of grading is presented to gauge the extent of medial degeneration and synoptic reporting tables are provided. Herein we present a standardized nomenclature that is accessible to general pathologists and useful for future publications describing these entities",
author = "Halushka, {Marc K.} and Annalisa Angelini and Giovanni Bartoloni and Cristina Basso and Lubov Batoroeva and Patrick Bruneval and Buja, {L. Maximilian} and Jagdish Butany and Giulia d'Amati and Fallon, {John T.} and Gallagher, {Patrick J.} and {Gittenberger-de Groot}, {Adriana C.} and Gouveia, {Rosa H.} and Ivana Kholova and Kelly, {Karen L.} and Ornella Leone and Litovsky, {Silvio H.} and Maleszewski, {Joseph J.} and Miller, {Dylan V.} and Mitchell, {Richard N.} and Preston, {Stephen D.} and Angela Pucci and Radio, {Stanley J.} and Rodriguez, {E. Rene} and Sheppard, {Mary N.} and Stone, {James R.} and Suvarna, {S. Kim} and Tan, {Carmela D.} and Gaetano Thiene and Veinot, {John P.} and {van der Wal}, {Allard C.}",
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AU - Halushka, Marc K.

AU - Angelini, Annalisa

AU - Bartoloni, Giovanni

AU - Basso, Cristina

AU - Batoroeva, Lubov

AU - Bruneval, Patrick

AU - Buja, L. Maximilian

AU - Butany, Jagdish

AU - d'Amati, Giulia

AU - Fallon, John T.

AU - Gallagher, Patrick J.

AU - Gittenberger-de Groot, Adriana C.

AU - Gouveia, Rosa H.

AU - Kholova, Ivana

AU - Kelly, Karen L.

AU - Leone, Ornella

AU - Litovsky, Silvio H.

AU - Maleszewski, Joseph J.

AU - Miller, Dylan V.

AU - Mitchell, Richard N.

AU - Preston, Stephen D.

AU - Pucci, Angela

AU - Radio, Stanley J.

AU - Rodriguez, E. Rene

AU - Sheppard, Mary N.

AU - Stone, James R.

AU - Suvarna, S. Kim

AU - Tan, Carmela D.

AU - Thiene, Gaetano

AU - Veinot, John P.

AU - van der Wal, Allard C.

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N2 - Surgical aortic specimens are usually examined in Pathology Departments as a result of treatment of aneurysms or dissections. A number of diseases, genetic syndromes (Marfan syndrome, Loeys-Dietz syndrome, etc.), and vasculopathic aging processes involved in vascular injury can cause both distinct and nonspecific histopathologic changes with degeneration of the media as a common denominator. Terminology for these changes has varied over time leading to confusion and inconsistencies. This consensus document has established a revised, unified nomenclature for the variety of noninflammatory degenerative aortic histopathologies seen in such specimens. Older terms such as cystic medial necrosis and medionecrosis are replaced by more technically accurate terms such as mucoid extracellular matrix accumulation (MEMA), elastic fiber fragmentation and/or loss, and smooth muscle cell nuclei loss. A straightforward system of grading is presented to gauge the extent of medial degeneration and synoptic reporting tables are provided. Herein we present a standardized nomenclature that is accessible to general pathologists and useful for future publications describing these entities

AB - Surgical aortic specimens are usually examined in Pathology Departments as a result of treatment of aneurysms or dissections. A number of diseases, genetic syndromes (Marfan syndrome, Loeys-Dietz syndrome, etc.), and vasculopathic aging processes involved in vascular injury can cause both distinct and nonspecific histopathologic changes with degeneration of the media as a common denominator. Terminology for these changes has varied over time leading to confusion and inconsistencies. This consensus document has established a revised, unified nomenclature for the variety of noninflammatory degenerative aortic histopathologies seen in such specimens. Older terms such as cystic medial necrosis and medionecrosis are replaced by more technically accurate terms such as mucoid extracellular matrix accumulation (MEMA), elastic fiber fragmentation and/or loss, and smooth muscle cell nuclei loss. A straightforward system of grading is presented to gauge the extent of medial degeneration and synoptic reporting tables are provided. Herein we present a standardized nomenclature that is accessible to general pathologists and useful for future publications describing these entities

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DO - 10.1016/j.carpath.2016.03.002

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