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CardioVascular and Interventional Radiology

, Volume 30, Issue 4, pp 774–777

First Online: 10 April 2007

Abstract

Ruptured aneurysms of the internal iliac artery IIA are rare and challenging to treat surgically. Due to their anatomic location they are difficult to operate on and perioperative morbidity is high. An endovascular approach can be helpful. We recently treated a patient with a ruptured IIA aneurysm in the interventional radiology suite with embolization of the side-branch of the IIA and placement of a covered stent in the ipsilateral common and external iliac arteries. A suitable stent-graft was not available initially and had to be brought in from elsewhere. An angioplasty balloon was temporarily placed across the ostium of the IIA to obtain hemostasis. Two hours later, the procedure was finished by placing the stent-graft.

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Author: Bas-Jeroen van Kelckhoven - Boy M. A. Bruijninckx - Bob Knippenberg - Hans van Overhagen

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