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Figure 1: Angiogram confirming the presence of a pseudoaneurysm (black arrow, left) secondary to trauma of the anterior tibial artery (a, white arrow, right). After stent placement, the pseudoaneurysm was completely excluded (b, black arrow, right). Computed tomography angiography scan showed complete patency of the anterior tibial artery 6 months after the procedure (c, white arrow, right). We deployed a 3.5 mm × 29 mm coronary stent in vitro and cut the two ends of the balloon to make it a tube (d). A second balloon expandable bare stent (3.5 mm × 33 mm) was inserted into the tube and the first inflated bare stent. We compressed the first inflated bare stent to make it fixed to the second stent with the tube in the middle of the two stents (e). Over the next few weeks, the patient underwent several debridements (f) and a free flap grafting procedure (g)

Figure 1: Angiogram confirming the presence of a pseudoaneurysm (black arrow, left) secondary to trauma of the anterior tibial artery (a, white arrow, right). After stent placement, the pseudoaneurysm was completely excluded (b, black arrow, right). Computed tomography angiography scan showed complete patency of the anterior tibial artery 6 months after the procedure (c, white arrow, right). We deployed a 3.5 mm × 29 mm coronary stent in vitro and cut the two ends of the balloon to make it a tube (d). A second balloon expandable bare stent (3.5 mm × 33 mm) was inserted into the tube and the first inflated bare stent. We compressed the first inflated bare stent to make it fixed to the second stent with the tube in the middle of the two stents (e). Over the next few weeks, the patient underwent several debridements (f) and a free flap grafting procedure (g)