Life-threatening Rupture of a Femoral Pseudoaneurysm after C
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A 69 year-old woman was admitted to our hospital for a preoperative coronary arteriography. The patient was scheduled for aortic and mitral valve replacement due to severe and symptomatic aortic stenosis and mitral insufficiency, respectively. Thirty-two years prior, she underwent mitral valve replacement with a bileaflet mechanical valve for mitral stenosis of rheumatic etiology. On admission, the patient was hemodynamically and clinically stable. She underwent an uneventfull coronary arteriography, via a 6F right femoral sheath and the usage of standard Judkins catheters, which demonstrated normal coronary arteries. The patient was scheduled to be discharged on the next day. However, about 6 hours after sheath removal, the patient experienced severe sharp pain in the right anterior femoral region, without reported numbness, tingling, or loss of voluntary movement. Physical examination revealed severe hypotension and a mass in the right femoral region, without any discoloration of the extremity....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5054504/
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