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Figure 1: An eccentric common femoral artery aneurysms nearly 2.5 cm in diameter was revealed. The aneurysm was no pulsatile due to thrombosis (white arrow) and stiff in the bifurcation due to an underlined atherosclerotic plaque. The superficial femoral artery (black arrow) was also stiff due to atherosclerosis. Conversely, the profunda femoral artery was elastic (yellow arrow).

Figure 1: An eccentric common femoral artery aneurysms nearly 2.5 cm in diameter was revealed. The aneurysm was no pulsatile due to thrombosis (white arrow) and stiff in the bifurcation due to an underlined atherosclerotic plaque. The superficial femoral artery (black arrow) was also stiff due to atherosclerosis. Conversely, the profunda femoral artery was elastic (yellow arrow).