Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Rupture
Date: 6 May 2019
A 72-yo male was brought to the ED
Complained in nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and loss of strength on the right leg
History of Hypertension +, Smoking +.
General condition: Poor +, Conscious +, GCS: 14,
Vital signs; 80/40 mmHg, 130 beats /min.
Phs. Exam; Severe sensitivity on UQ of abdomen +, 2/5 hemiparesis + on the left leg.
On US, performed, simultaneously while Phy.Exam.
Clinical Ultrasound By EP; 7.5x8.5 cm AAA + within thrombus.
Color Doppler; Rupture of AAA from the left posterolateral region +.
Had emergency operation by CVS.
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