In the present case report, we have described concomitant, rapidly expanding, abdominal and thoracic mycotic aortic pseudoaneurysms in a patient who had originally presented for right arm superficial thrombophlebitis and a right-hand abscess in the presence of methicillin sensitive Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia. Within 12 days, the patient had developed a rapidly expanding paravisceral mycotic abdominal aortic pseudoaneurysm that required open surgical repair. After the initial operation, she developed a thoracic mycotic aortic aneurysm that ultimately required open surgical repair. Her postoperative course after the initial operation was complicated by decompensated hepatitis C cirrhosis that required convalescence before repair of the thoracic aneurysm. Follow-up data were available for ≤10 months after the initial operation.