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Aortic aneurysms develop slowly over time and often show no symptoms.

Most times, an aneurysm won't be visibly noticeable until it is large and requires immediate surgery.

Aortic aneurysm screening can help you identify aneurysms sooner, helping you develop a treatment plan and avoid emergency surgery.

The University of Maryland Center for Aortic Disease offers effective, long-term care for patients with aortic disease. Our surgeons and cardiologists work closely together to provide advanced treatments and intensive follow-up care to keep you safe and healthy.

Those who are at risk include: 

  • Males ages 65 to 75
  • Former or current smokers
  • Family history of aortic disease
  • Those who have heart disease, high blood pressure, and/or a body mass index (BMI) over 40

The screening is noninvasive, safe and accurate. Complete the form below to request an aortic aneurysm screening appointment. A member of our clinical care team will be in touch to schedule a date and time that works for you.