Peripheral artery pseudoaneurysm is rare in upper extremities compared with lower extremities.⇓ Early diagnosis and prompt management are two cornerstones of successful outcomes in these cases. Delay can lead to limb and life-threatening complications. We present a case of compartment syndrome of upper limb as a sequel to pseudoaneurysm of brachial artery for which we had to do shoulder disarticulation. The patient recovered uneventfully.
- orthopaedic and trauma surgery
- vascular surgery
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Contributors All authors (SSD, SB, GD and BPP) have contributed to the concept and design of the case report and have helped with acquisition and interpretation of data. SSD and SB drafted the manuscript. GD and BPP have done proof reading and revised the manuscript. SSD, SB, GD and BPP approved final manuscript proposed for publication.
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Competing interests None declared.
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