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NOT MARFAN: True abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) in patients with Marfan syndrome is relatively rare because most aortic aneurysms in this disease are dissecting aneurysms in the thoracic area.
Given the diagnosis of AAA, why did he have syncope? I was first thinking it was from rupture, but his blood pressure is not hypotensive, so how could he get syncope from that.
Or maybe the AAA was compressing the inferior vena cava, causing syncope?