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To rule out retroperitoneal hematoma, CT of the abdomen was performed with incidental cardiac findings as described below.
There is a hematoma in the left groin after the femoral artery was used for access during transfemoral TAVI. However, extracorporal compression of that region has already been applied.
A very important incidental finding is the rupture of the dorsal part of the left ventricle. Contrast agent leaks through a small gap in the dorsal myocardium of the left ventricle and aggregates in a 4.6 x 2.1 measuring hole.