Bilateral Iliac Artery Aneurysms: Endovascular Management

  • Performed Aug 2009
A 74-year old Caucasian man referred to Vascular Medicine for evaluation and management of bilateral common iliac and left hypogastric arterial aneurysms and history of open repair of a ruptured AAA 10 years ago. He denied abdominal or back pain and had no episodes of blue toe syndrome, claudication, or rest pain. The CT angiogram of abdomen and pelvis showed bilateral common iliac aneurysms (2.7 cm on the right side and 2.8 cm on the left side). Aneurysms extended from the aortoiliac bifurcation to the bilateral hypogastric ostia. The left hypogastric aneurysm measured 2.0 cm and extended from its ostium to the proximal 2-cm segment.

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