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Article
October 5, 1984

Spontaneous Fistula Between a Right Common Iliac Artery and Iliac Vein

Author Affiliations

Medical Center Del Oro Hospital Houston

JAMA. 1984;252(13):1684. doi:10.1001/jama.1984.03350130016020
Abstract

To the Editor.—  I refer to Dr Dean D. Richards1 recent article concerning the spontaneous rupture of an iliac artery aneurysm into the underlying iliac vein. Although Dr Richards claims that his case represents the first recorded instance of a spontaneous fistula involving an iliac artery aneurysm, Dr George C. Morris, Jr, and I reported a similar case2 approximately four years ago.

References
1.
Richards DD III:  Spontaneous fistula between a right common iliac artery aneurysm and iliac vein .  JAMA 1984;251:1189-1190.Crossref
2.
Rubio PA, Morris GC Jr:  Common iliac vessel fistula due to ruptured arteriosclerotic aneurysm: A case report .  Vasc Surg 1978;12:78-84.Crossref
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