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(A) Axial image from CT angiogram showing relationship of aorta with anterior disruption (black arrow), inflammatory aneurysm sac (white arrow) and anteriorly located small bowel (white arrowhead). (B) Sagittal reconstructed image showing the irregular aortic contour (white arrow) and anteriorly located small bowel (white arrowhead). (C) Digital subtraction angiography image from oblique aortography confirming aortoenteric fistula with contrast noted in the bowel (black arrowheads). Also noted is the native left iliac artery (black arrow) as the aortobifemoral bypass graft was created with an end-to-side proximal anastomosis. (D) Fluoroscopic image demonstrating position of inflated Coda balloon (black arrow) occluding the infrarenal aorta. (E) Fluoroscopic image illustrating coverage of main body with extension endoprotheses (between white arrowheads) and iliac artery Viabahn stent grafts (white arrows). Also noted is contrast within the small bowel (black arrowhead). (F) Digital subtraction angiography image from completion aortography showing resolution of aortoenteric fistula with widely patent endograft. Again noted is the native left iliac artery (black arrow). CT, computed tomography. | Chick, J. F. B., Castle, J. C., Cooper, K. J., Srinivasa, R. N., Eliason, J. L., Osborne, N. H., … Khaja, M. S. (2017). Aortoenteric fistulae temporization and treatment: lessons learned from a multidisciplinary approach to 3 patients. Radiology Case Reports, 12(2), 331–334. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radcr.2017.03.008

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