Venous bullet embolism to the right ventricle.

  title={Venous bullet embolism to the right ventricle.},
  author={Harjinder J. S. Bining and Giovanni P. Artho and Phong Vuong and David C. Evans and Timothy W Powell},
  journal={The British journal of radiology},
  volume={80 960},
Bullet embolism is a rare complication of penetrating vascular trauma that requires a high index of suspicion for timely diagnosis and management. Delays in identification may result in poor early management and subsequent loss of limb or life [1]. There are two types of bullet embolism: arterial and venous. In this report, we discuss a rare case of venous bullet embolus to the right ventricle from the right femoral vein. 

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