Aortic dissection accompanying with preeclampsia during pregnancy can be lethal to both the mother and the fetus and carries a high mortality. Of the 2 preeclampsia patients with aortic dissection, one was Type B aortic dissection, occurring in postpartum period. The patient was treated medically and underwent catheter-based stent-graft treatment with fenestration technique. Another patient was Type A acute dissection, occurring in the third trimester. This patient was undiagnosed and both died. Although extremely rare, aortic dissection might be a possibility in preeclampsia pregnant women, the differential diagnosis of chest and/or epigastric pain in preeclampia patient should be thoroughly investigated and treated.