Bryce Renwick1, Catherine Beattie2, Khurram Khan3, Raj Velu4, Donald Reid1, Donald Bain1
1) Department of Vascular Surgery, Hairmyres Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland, UK;
2) Glasgow University, Scotland, UK;
3) Department of General Surgery, Hairmyres Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland, UK;
4) Department of Anaesthesia, Hairmyres Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
Disclosure: The author has declared no conflicts of interest.
Received: 02.10.15 Accepted: 01.11.15
Visceral artery aneurysms (VAAs) are an increasingly encountered clinical problem.Although their incidence is low at about 0.2% in the general population, they are increasingly found on cross-sectional imaging. Therefore, it is justifiable to have a protocol for dealing with such lesions.
Keywords: visceral; artery; aneurysm; surveillance; intervention
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