Endovascular treatment of a subclavian artery pseudo-aneurysm
What is it about?
We report a challenging case of a patient who presented with massive hemoptysis and was found to have a left subclavian artery pseudo aneurysm. Treatment with a self-expanding thoracic stent-graft and a subclavian occluder was successful.
Why is it important?
This case is very uncommon and unique, both for the type of presenting symptoms and for the endovascular treatment we performed.
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