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International Angiology 2004 June;23(2):189-91

language: English

A renal ­artery aneu­rysm inci­den­tal­ly found at oper­a­tion. Should it be resect­ed?

Matsagas M. I., Mitsis M., Batsis C., Rigopoulos C., Kappas A. M.

Depart­ment of Sur­gery, Med­i­cal ­School, Uni­ver­sity of Ioan­ni­na, Ioan­ni­na, ­Greece


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A rare case of a ­patient with a rup­tured abdom­i­nal aor­tic aneu­rysm (AAA) and an inci­den­tal­ly found left renal ­artery aneu­rysm (RAA) is pre­sent­ed. Suc­cess­ful ­repair of both aneu­rysms was simul­ta­ne­ous­ly per­formed. The indi­ca­tions for such a sur­gi­cal ­approach are also dis­cussed.

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