What Are the Symptoms of a Tortuous Aorta?

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The symptoms of a tortuous aorta include shortness of breath and chest pains due to the physical changes in the spine or chest wall. Muscle fatigue and blockages in the blood flow due to the narrowing of the aorta passages can also be observed.
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You could take it to mean a mildly twisted aorta. Do more research though.
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A tortuous aorta is an aorta (the largest artery in your body that comes off of the heart) that has curves and twists in it, rather than being smooth and straight. This can affect
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When someone has coarctation of the aorta, that person's aorta is narrowed at some point. Symptoms include: cold legs and feet and shortness of breath.
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Children with mild to moderate COA may appear to be in normal health and have no symptoms at first. Children with critical COA generally have severe symptoms. Symptoms can include
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