Left Iliac Artery Pseudoaneurysm

  • Performed Oct 2008
A 74 year-old-man with a PMH significant for HTN, CAD s/p MI and a ruptured AAA repair in 2003 via a left retroperitoneal approach presented with pain in the right groin. The patient was driving when he experienced sudden onset of pain in the right groin. In the ED, his vital signs were normal and he was in no acute distress. A pulsatile mass was felt in his right groin and he was transferred to our institution for further evaluation. He denied any history of fever, chills, sweats, or weight loss. His labs were all within normal limits.

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