An enlarged aorta is referred to as an aortic aneurysm, and treatment for this condition varies, according to WebMD. Generally, an aortic aneurysm or bulge that is over 5.5 centimeters in diameter is treated surgically. ... More »

According to HealthCentral, the artery that runs from the heart to supply blood to the rest of the body is the aorta. Many forces in the body cause the aorta to weaken, and as it weakens, it becomes enlarged. Enlarged ao... More »

An enlarged aorta is enlargement or bulging in the wall of the aorta, which is the largest blood vessel of the body that extends from the heart. This medical condition is also referred to as an aortic aneurysm, according... More »

An aortic aneurysm is a dangerous condition associated with an enlarged aorta, according to WebMD. The aneurysm develops when a weakened section of the aorta, which carries blood from the heart to the body, bulges outwar... More »

Aortic dilation, or enlargement, of the aorta is typically part of an aortic aneurysm, according to WebMD. If the dilation ruptures, severe bleeding and death result. More »

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Pink eye cases that require treatment are usually treated with antibiotics although the exact course of treatment varies based on what causes the condition, according to WebMD. Most instances of pink eye, which is also c... More »

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The prognosis for chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy varies from patient to patient, depending primarily on how early the condition is diagnosed and how well treatment works, according to the GIBS/CIPD Fou... More »

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