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Figure 1: (A) Clinical photograph showing skin discolouration and superficial varicosities along the left inguinal region, thigh and leg. (B and C) Computed tomography angiography showing fistulous communication between the left superficial femoral artery and vein in the lower third of the thigh with aneurysmally dilated and extremely tortuous iliac and femoral arteries and veins as well as superficial varicosities. (D) Retained bullet fragments noted adjacent to the fistula.

Figure 1: (<b>A</b>) Clinical photograph showing skin discolouration and superficial varicosities along the left inguinal region, thigh and leg. (<b>B</b> and <b>C</b>) Computed tomography angiography showing fistulous communication between the left superficial femoral artery and vein in the lower third of the thigh with aneurysmally dilated and extremely tortuous iliac and femoral arteries and veins as well as superficial varicosities. (<b>D</b>) Retained bullet fragments noted adjacent to the fistula.