Spontaneous retroperitoneal bleeding secondary to celiac artery
A 56-year-old woman was found to have retroperitoneal hemorrhage
secondary to isolated posterior inferior pancreaticoduodenal artery
(PIPDA) dissection. She had chronic abdominal pain and celiac artery
stenosis, suggesting that PIPDA dissection was associated with celiac
artery compression syndrome (CACS). Clinicians may consider CACS as the
cause of visceral dissection.