Emergent stent graft isolation of a knife-related subclavian arterial venous fistula: lessons learned during long-term follow-up.

We present the unusual case of a 42-year-old gentleman who entered the trauma center with a hemothorax and intermittent bright red pulsatile blood from three stab wounds in the ipsilateral supraclavicular fossa. The patient was found on emergent angiography to have a large right subclavian artery to vein fistula that was treated successfully with a Dacron… CONTINUE READING