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Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging of a superior gluteal artery pseudoaneurysm

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      Abstract

      The magnetic resonance and computed tomography appearances of a superior gluteal artery pseudoaneurysm are described, with emphasis on the relative advantages and disadvantages of these two imaging procedures.

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