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Radial pseudoaneurysm in elderly: a rare event with undefinied therapeutical approach. A case report and literature review
Monaldi archives for chest disease
Radial artery pseudoaneurysm (RAP) after cardiac catheterization in elderly patients is a rare complication. Clinical manifestations are pain, swelling and haematoma of the harm. The diagnosis is made through doppler ultrasonography, but the best therapeutical option is still matter of debate. Traditionally, surgical treatment has been considered the gold standard but new and less invasive strategies have been recently proposed: ultrasound-guided compression and local injection of thrombin. Indoi:10.4081/monaldi.2019.1109 pmid:31505916 fatcat:p5nmrvzyyndfxbms5275qtufue