Aortic pseudoaneurysm rupture secondary to pancreatitis: An endovascular approach.


Pseudoaneurysm secondary to pancreatitis is generally described in visceral arteries and its rupture may be fatal [1]. A few cases of aortic pseudoaneurysms secondary to pancreatitis have been described, because the aorta wall seems to be protected by anatomical factors and endogenous enzymes that avoid its rupture [2]. Standard management of aortic… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.diii.2015.01.004


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