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There is a 6.3 cm x 4.8 cm x 6.7 cm complex pseudoaneurysm of the left common femoral artery at the level of origin of the profunda. The neck of the pseudoaneurysm measures 1cm. The pseudoaneurysm is surrounded by haematoma measuring up to 2.5 cm in thickness with evidence of haematoma tracking to skin.
The common femoral artery and proximal superficial femoral artery are narrowed by 50% immediately proximal and distal to the pseudoaneurysm origin respectively. The profunda femoris is patent and enhances normally. The superficial femoral artery distally is patent and enhances normally. There is marked left thigh swelling. The aorta and major branches, external and internal iliac arteries are patent with mild diffuse mixed soft and calcific plaque disease. On the right, common femoral, profunda, superficial femoral arteries are patent.
6.7cm left CFA pseudoaneurysm with 1 cm neck, opposite profunda origin.