A 70-year-old man was seen by his GP with a history of cough. He had a previous medical history of angioplasty to the LAD, recurrent DVT and PE for which he was on warfarin, and endoscopically controlled bladder cancer. A CXR was arranged (Image 1).
KeywordsTakayasu Arteritis Mycotic Aneurysm Previous Medical History Endovascular Stenting Poor Surgical Candidate
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