A complication of coronary angiography: rare presentation of pseudo aneurysm with groin swelling

Naseem S. Khan, James Thomas, Tanveer Parvez Shaikh, Vikash Lal, Sandesh Deolekar, Bibekananda Mahapatra

Abstract


Pseudo aneurysm (PSA) is one of the most common vascular complications of cardiac and peripheral angiographic procedures. In this case we had an old man presenting with a large hard immobile pseudo pulsatile, severe painful swelling in groin region post21 days of coronary angiography.


Keywords


Iatrogenic hematoma, Pseudo aneurysm, CAG complication, Arterial rupture, Vascular rupture

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