Hybrid Repair Techniques for Complex Aneurysms and Dissections Involving the Aortic Arch and Thoracic Aorta 850
Rami Tadros, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Surgery and Radiology, Associate Program Director, Vascular Surgery Residency, Director, Off-site Vascular Lab, Scott R. Safir, MD, Research Fellow, Department of Surgery, Peter L. Faries, MD, Professor, Department of Surgery and Radiology, Program Director, Vascular Surgery Residency, Division of Vascular Surgery, Daniel K. Han, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery and Radiology, Rajiv K. Chander, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, James F. McKinsey, MD, Professor and Vice Chairman, Department of Surgery, Systems Chief of Complex Aortic Intervention for Mount Sinai Health System, Mount Sinai West, Michael L. Marin, MD, Professor and System Chair, Department of Surgery , Division of Vascular Surgery, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, New York, Allan S. Stewart, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, New York, Sharif Ellozy, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery , Weill Cornell Medical College , New York, New York
After a night of heavy drinking, Bezrodnov announced he was hungry and "would like some meat". After checking out one of their drinking buddies who was dead drunk in the corridor, they decided he was too skinny and packed him off home. Their gluttonous eyes then fell on a fourth member of the party, who was a bit fatter. Propelling him into the tiny kitchen, Bezrodnov asked Dolbilina for something heavy. With Dostoevskian inspiration she fetched an axe, and the victim was hit on the head, beheaded, undressed and then cut up into pieces. As Dolbilina held a tray, some 15 pounds of meat was cut from the thigh and rump, and put in the frying pan.
Magnification figures on printed pictures can be misleading. Editors of journals and magazines routinely resize images to fit the page, making any magnification number provided in the figure legend incorrect. A scale bar (or micron bar) is a bar of stated length superimposed on a picture. This bar can be used to make accurate measurements on a picture. When a picture is resized the bar will be resized in proportion. If a picture has a scale bar, the actual magnification can easily be calculated. Where the scale (magnification) of an image is important or relevant, including a scale bar is preferable to stating magnification.