Peripheral aneurysms of the leg are rare, and nearly always involve the popliteal artery. We describe the unusual presentation of a swollen leg caused by a large false aneurysm of a branch of the posterior tibial artery. This developed in the absence of either a history of trauma, local infection or infective endocarditis.
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