A giant pseudoaneurysm becoming apparent after cardiac resynchronisation therapy.


A 57-year-old male patient with coronary artery disease developed a pseudoaneurysm after an inferior infarct in 1997. He underwent coronary bypass surgery and resection of the pseudoaneurysm located at the inferior wall. Unfortunately, the pseudoaneurysm recurred due to dehiscence of the patch, necessitating a second surgical intervention. After six years… (More)


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