Mycotic aneurysm of the upper abdominal aorta ruptured into the stomach

Archives of Surgery
H Van DammeR Limet

Abstract

We report a case of primary aortogastric fistula with erosion of a mycotic aneurysm of the upper abdominal aorta into the stomach. The patient was successfully operated on with an in situ aortoaortic tube graft, incorporating the splanchnic vessels, and direct suture of the gastric erosion.

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