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      Quantitative investigation of sudanophilic lesions around the aortic ostia of human fetuses, newborn and children.

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      Adipose Tissue, pathology, Aging, Aorta, Arteriosclerosis, Celiac Artery, Female, Hemodynamics, Humans, Infant, Infant, Newborn, Intercostal Muscles, blood supply, Male, Mesenteric Arteries, Pregnancy, Renal Artery

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          The sudanophilic lesions around the aortic ostia of 10 fetus, 10 newborns and 10 children aged up to 1 year were studied using a polar coordinate mapping method. The periorificial sudanophilic lesions develop initially distal to the orifices and show a continuous increase with age in percentage and extent. In children the lesions nearly completely surround all the ostia with a significant distal peak. There was no sex difference; the involvement of the right and left side was comparable. The comparison of the morphological data from the parents and children with anamnestics showed no relationship.

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