Jornal Vascular Brasileiro
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Jornal Vascular Brasileiro
Case Report

Aneurisma de artéria isquiática persistente: relato de caso

Persistent sciatic artery aneurysm: case report

José Lacerda Brasileiro; Juliana Chen; Maldonat Azambuja Santos

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Resumo

Os autores relatam um caso de aneurisma de artéria isquiática persistente, uma rara doença vascular congênita ocasionada por falha ou no desenvolvimento do sistema femoral ou na involução do tronco vascular primitivo durante o desenvolvimento embriológico. Um paciente de 60 anos, sexo masculino, apresentando massa pulsátil e indolor em região glútea há cerca de quatro meses, sem história prévia de trauma. Através da realização de exames complementares, concluiu-se ser um aneurisma de artéria isquiática persistente incompleta e unilateral, sendo submetido à ligadura proximal e distal da artéria isquiática, sem realização de revascularização arterial.

Palavras-chave

Artéria isquiática persistente, aneurisma, artéria isquiática

Abstract

The authors report a case of persistent sciatic artery aneurysm, which is a rare vascular congenital disease that occurs when the femoral system fails to develop or when the primitive vascular system fails to involute during embryologic development. A 60-year-old male patient presented a painless and pulsatile buttock mass for 4 months. He had no history of external trauma. Complementary tests demonstrated an incomplete and unilateral persistent sciatic artery aneurysm. The patient was submitted to proximal and distal ligation of sciatic artery, and vascular reconstruction was not performed.

Keywords

Persistent sciatic artery, aneurysm, sciatic artery

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