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A pseudoaneurysm of the superficial femoral artery as a late complication of a stab wound.
E A Weibke; P A Lipsett (Profiled Author: Pamela Lipsett)
Department of Surgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 21205.
Annals of emergency medicine 1991;20(8):916-7.
Limited arteriography based on clinical indications has become increasingly popular. We present the case of a patient with pseudoaneurysm formation of the superficial femoral artery as a late consequence of a lateral stab wound to the thigh. This case demonstrates the need for postinjury follow-up to identify missed injuries before they are limb threatening.
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