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Isolated Bilateral External Iliac Artery Dissections with Emotional Stress
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  • Shun Kondo,
  • Hiroyuki Osanai,
  • Yusuke Sakamoto,
  • Hiroto Uno,
  • Kensuke Tagahara,
  • Hirotaka Hosono,
  • Shun Miyamoto,
  • Shotaro Hiramatsu,
  • Hikari Matsumoto,
  • Teruhiro Sakaguchi,
  • Takahiro Kanbara,
  • Yoshihito Nakashima,
  • Hiroshi Asano,
  • Masayoshi Ajioka
Shun Kondo
Tosei General Hospital
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Hiroyuki Osanai
Tosei General Hospital
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Yusuke Sakamoto
Tosei General Hospital
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Hiroto Uno
Tosei General Hospital
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Kensuke Tagahara
Tosei General Hospital
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Hirotaka Hosono
Tosei General Hospital
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Shun Miyamoto
Tosei General Hospital
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Shotaro Hiramatsu
Tosei General Hospital
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Hikari Matsumoto
Tosei General Hospital
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Teruhiro Sakaguchi
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Takahiro Kanbara
Tosei General Hospital
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Yoshihito Nakashima
Tosei General Hospital
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Hiroshi Asano
Tosei General Hospital
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Masayoshi Ajioka
Tosei General Hospital
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Abstract

Spontaneous and isolated bilateral external iliac artery dissection is extremely rare. We present a case of isolated bilateral external iliac artery dissection secondary to emotional stress. We believe this to be the first case with this condition secondary to emotional stress in patient without connective tissue disorder.

Peer review status:UNDER REVIEW

23 Aug 2020Submitted to Clinical Case Reports
01 Sep 2020Assigned to Editor
01 Sep 2020Submission Checks Completed
22 Sep 2020Reviewer(s) Assigned
28 Sep 2020Review(s) Completed, Editorial Evaluation Pending