87 yr old man who had a upper GIB a few weeks ago. Angio at that time didn't show any active extravasation. The IR doing the case felt it was best to prophyllactically  embolize the gastroduodenal artery because the endoscopist thought the duodenum was the source to due to friability. Nothing was visible at that time on the SMA injection. The patient presented again with another GIB. On angio I saw an area of active extravasation due to what looked like an aneurysm or pseudoaneurysm being supplied by a tiny branch that looked like a jejunal artery.