Migrated embolization coil causes intestinal obstruction

Journal of Vascular Surgery Cases and Innovative Techniques
W Preston HewgleyH Edward Garrett


Visceral artery pseudoaneurysm is a rare, potentially fatal entity, but proper identification and management with coil embolization can lead to good outcomes. Embolization coils can migrate to various destinations, causing delayed complications in several case reports. A case of small bowel obstruction due to migrated embolization coils from a gastroduodenal pseudoaneurysm 6 years after initial treatment is presented.


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