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Online ISSN 1827-1847
Battistini M., Ascoli Marchetti A., Pratesi G., Di Giulio L., Palombi L., Ippoliti A.
Biomedicine and Prevention Department, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy
Spontaneous laceration of infrarenal aorta not associated with trauma, aneurysm, infection or penetrating atherosclerotic ulcer is a rare and scarcely know event. This is a very original condition never described before in association with a metatastic cancer. The spontaneous rupture of infrarenal aorta, although rare, must be considered in differential diagnosis with other causes of abdominal or lumbar pain, even in the presence of a known diagnosis plausible with lower back pain, as in this case. It is a life-threatening condition for which emergency diagnosis and suitable treatment are indicated, despite the comorbity.