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50 year old female has right flank pain that occurs when walking. Extensive workup for non vascular causes was done and a severe stenosis in the abdominal aorta was found. During further workup, the patient had typical symptoms of leg claudication. However, it was their flank pain that was causing the most concern. Flank pain due to claudication is rare.

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