Delayed presentation of 50 years after a World War II vascular injury with intraoperative localization by duplex ultrasound of a traumatic false aneurysm.

@article{Jackson1997DelayedPO,
  title={Delayed presentation of 50 years after a World War II vascular injury with intraoperative localization by duplex ultrasound of a traumatic false aneurysm.},
  author={Merrill Jackson and Matthew L Brengman and Norman M. Rich},
  journal={The Journal of trauma},
  year={1997},
  volume={43 1},
  pages={159-61}
}
A case of delayed presentation of a traumatic false aneurysm in the left arm 50 years after penetrating injury sustained during World War II is described. The original injury resulted in brachial artery occlusion and complete median nerve palsy. The false aneurysm presented with a spontaneous, contained rupture. Surgical repair was performed after duplex… CONTINUE READING