What tests can u do to see if u have a thoracic aneurysm? Also how big percentage of aneurysms is located at thoracic aorta and what's the symptoms?

See below. Echocardiogram to screen, CT with contrast to confirm. There are NO symptoms until it dissects - then severe, tearing pain, shock and death. The percentage depends on other associated health conditions you may (and probably don't) have. Unless you have Marfan's syndrome, a bicuspid aortic valve, or a strong family history of them, thoracic aortic aneurysms are very rare.

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Do u go through echocardiogram if u may have a thoracic aneurysm? Can u see all of the thoracic aorta in a echocardiogram? Not tee method...

Depends. Your size and visualization. CT scan can size and see all of thoracic aorta( or abdominal if focused there!) Arch is usually not well seen by echo. At 22 concern would be MARFAN or hypertension, or anomaly, or some other situation to cause aneurysm to be high on list?? Read more...
Not best test. A trans-esophageal echocardiogram (TEE) is a decent test for diagnosing a thoracic aneurysm. However, a Cat Scan is the best test for evaluating and planning for treatment of a thoracic aneurysm. Read more...