Diagnosis of a ruptured deep femoral artery aneurysm--a case report.

Abstract

Deep femoral artery aneurysms are rarely atherosclerotic in origin and infrequently rupture. A case of spontaneous rupture of an isolated deep femoral atherosclerotic aneurysm is presented. The computed tomographic, angiographic, and clinical findings are discussed. These findings allowed preoperative diagnosis of this lesion.

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@article{Sadler1989DiagnosisOA, title={Diagnosis of a ruptured deep femoral artery aneurysm--a case report.}, author={Lewis Sadler and R O Bolden and Joseph L. Lenkey}, journal={Angiology}, year={1989}, volume={40 7}, pages={678-81} }