The aim of this study is to report an uncommon case of circumflex iliac artery perforation by inappropriate introduction of the hydrophilic guidewire in this artery during the performance of diagnostic arteriography.
Methods and Materials
- A 47-year-old male with chronic renal failure treated by hemodialysis and right lower limb ischemia grade IV admitted to our hospital for performing a diagnostic arteriography. - Exploration was performed via right femoral artery and the guidewire was first introduced in circumflex iliac artery.
It was retired from this position and was advanced to abdominal aorta,
introduced the diagnostic catheter and completing exploration without incident. - Four hours of the procedure,
- The patient returned to our unit for diagnostic study and treatment. - Transfemoral arteriography revealed circumflex iliac artery perforation with active extravasation of contrast. Fig. 2 The artery was embolized by using microcatheter and microcoils with technical and clinical succes. Fig. 3 - The patient was discharged a week later.
- The Seldinger technique of transfemoral catheterization is a safe procedure with an overall complication rate of 1% - 2%. - Small haematomas at the femoral puncture site are relatively common,
and usually insignificant. - Pelvic and retroperitoneal haematomas secondary to angiography are uncommon. - Haematomas of the abdominal wall or retroperitoneal cavity have been reported as a cause of acute abdomen. - Spontaneous rectus sheath haematomas caused by the rupture of the...
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