6 doctors weighed in:

Painful groin lump one week after angiogram and stent softens when massaged. Is it more likely to be a hernia than infection or lymph?

6 doctors weighed in
Dr. Wissam Hoyek
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
4 doctors agree

In brief: Pseudo aneurysm

Lump at the site of an angiogram is usually a pseudo aneurysm or a hematoma.
Which is very common after stent placement. I recommend to let your cardiologist know and get arterial duplex of the femoral artery.

In brief: Pseudo aneurysm

Lump at the site of an angiogram is usually a pseudo aneurysm or a hematoma.
Which is very common after stent placement. I recommend to let your cardiologist know and get arterial duplex of the femoral artery.
Dr. Wissam Hoyek
Dr. Wissam Hoyek
Thank
Dr. John Rimmer
Surgery
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Hematoma

It's most likely to be a hematoma from some bleeding from the blood vessel that was stuck to do the procedure have it checked in your follow up visit.

In brief: Hematoma

It's most likely to be a hematoma from some bleeding from the blood vessel that was stuck to do the procedure have it checked in your follow up visit.
Dr. John Rimmer
Dr. John Rimmer
Thank
Get help from a real doctor now
Dr. Adam Smith
Board Certified, Internal Medicine
14 years in practice
398K people helped
Continue
111,000 doctors available
Read more answers from doctors