Septic emboli resulting in an acutely ischaemic lower limb: a case report.
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Sources of arterial embolism range from the common, such as cardiac pathology, to less common causes. We present a case of an acutely ischaemic lower limb due to septic emboli from Staphylococcus aureus pneumonia.
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