*Corresponding author:Faris Alaswad, Specialist General Surgeon, NMC Speciality Hospital, General Surgery, Alnahda, Dubai, 7832, United Arab Emirates
Received: August 06, 2018; Published: August 13, 2018
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Our patient presented with symptoms resembling acute appendicitis, during diagnostic laprascopy a retroperitoneal hematoma without palpable Aneurysm was found, because the patient was hemodynamically stable. It was decided to carry out further radiological investigations, a computed tomography revealed a right sided solitary iliac artery aneurysm and a retroperitoneal hematoma and because we were sure about the diagnosis endovascular reconstruction was done, patient recovered nicely, and the retroperitoneal hematoma was reabsorbed spontaneously, and patient was Send home after 7 days.