PP-139 A Rare Complication of Chest Trauma; Saccular Aortic Aneurysm Induced by Blunt Chest Trauma and Successful Endovascular Treatment

      An aortic aneurysm is defined as an enlargement of the aorta to greater than 1.5 times normal size. Fusiform and saccular aneurysms are the types according to shape. Blunt trauma to the chest, such as traffic accident may cause aortic dissection or rupture. However, a saccular aneurysm is rare after traffic accident as a pedestrian injury. We aimed to present a case with saccular aneurysm in the proximal part of the thoracic aorta after pedestrian injury and successful treatment with endovascular stent.
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