pseudoaneurysm


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pseu·do·an·eu·rysm

n. pseudoaneurisma, condición semejante a la dilatación de un aneurisma.

pseudoaneurysm

n pseudoaneurisma or seudoaneurisma m
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Duplex ultrasound and CT angiography of the left lower extremity revealed a 4 cm sac of pseudoaneurysm on the distal part of posterofemoral branch of deep femoral artery and a 9*10 cm haematoma on the posteromedial part of pseudoaneurysm.
In our study, one case of portal pseudoaneurysm was seen as mentioned in Figure 2.
However, the pseudoaneurysm in this case was very large and infiltrated by a tightly adhered thyroid carcinoma.
Material and Methods: A total of 31 consecutive patients with a history of intravenous drug abuse and an infected pseudoaneurysm in the groin or elbow, presenting in emergency department; were included in this study.
The causes of carotid pseudoaneurysm are varied but trauma and prior carotid repair are the most common causes.
Care considerations and complications are standard for any graft used for hemodialysis and can include infection and pseudoaneurysm formation due to excessive, large needle punctures.
Pseudoaneurysm formation in the neck is a well-documented phenomenon after penetrating or blunt trauma to arteries, with most reported cases occurring in the carotids and usually preceded by internal jugular vein cannulation.
Recent reports described the use of a thrombin injection directly into the pseudoaneurysm under ultrasound guidance, as a substitute for arterial embolisation; however, its indications and effectiveness have not yet been determined.
of cases Imaging feature in CT angiography feature of hemangioma (n = 2) Enhancement Early ( arterial) -- Delayed ( late venous) 2 Tortuosity and enlargement of feeding artery Absent Early venous filling Absent Lobulated mass on 3D reformation 2 Presence of calcification -- Incidence of post-traumatic vascular disease (n = 15) Thrombosis 7 A-V fistula 5 Pseudoaneurysm 2 Active hemorrhage 1 Figure 1: Distribution of diseases of abdominal aorta and peripheral arterial system Congenital 18.
1) A thorough history should be taken from patients presenting with a pulsatile neck mass, for example, AV fistula are commonly caused by trauma or medical procedures (2,3) and pseudoaneurysms mostly appear following an arterial catheterization.
sup][11] However, in addition to possible pressure gradient over the anastomosis site because of the suboptimal design that limited its internal diameter, the follow-up results were not satisfactory, with the risks of dehiscence, pseudoaneurysm, and hemolysis.