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Upper limb revascularization with reversed vein graft and microvascular anastomoses after brachial artery aneurysm resection in a child with tuberous sclerosis
Clinical and Biomedical Research
The authors present an unusual case of a 3-year-old girl who was diagnosed with a fast-growing brachial aneurysm due to tuberous sclerosis. The patient underwent aneurysm resection and microsurgical reconstruction with reversed greater saphenous vein graft at the same time. She had a favorable outcome, without neuromuscular deficits. Doppler ultrasonography was performed for diagnosis, vein graft selection, and postoperative follow-up. The authors believe that such combined approach may be thedoi:10.4322/2357-9730.53595 fatcat:xy4yvcvoijeujnjgduluuycfhu