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A case of sexual activity-induced external iliac artery rupture of a young healthy woman
  1. H G Kim,
  2. H Lim,
  3. H J Kim,
  4. Y S Cho
  1. Department of Emergency Medicine, College of Medicine, Bucheon Hospital, Sooncheonhyang University, Gyeonggi, Korea
  1. Dr H J Kim, Department of Emergency Medicine, Bucheon Hospital of Soonchunhyang University, Gyeonggi, Korea; lovelydr{at}

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Figure 1 Extravasation and massive haematoma of external iliac artery on axial (A) and coronal (B) view.

External iliac artery rupture is a very rare occurrence when not iatrogenic in origin. We report an external iliac artery rupture in a 29-year-old married women who was admitted with sudden right …

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