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Table 1 Ten cases of patients with benign SMA occlusion who have undergone PD or total pancreatectomy

From: Pancreaticoduodenectomy following total occlusion of the superior mesenteric artery: a case report and literature review

Reference Age, sex Diagnosis Operative procedure Site of occlusion Past history Communication Etiology of occlusion Treatment for occlusion
[1]-1 63 IPMN PD SMA / / Arteriosclerosis Preoperative SMA stenting
[1]-2 68 PC PD SMA / / Arteriosclerosis Preoperative SMA stenting
[1]-3 68 PC PD SMA / / Arteriosclerosis Postoperative diagnosis, bowel resection
[5] 64, F PC PD CA and SMA HT, DM IMA-SMA Arteriosclerosis Heparinization
[6] 60, M PC PD CA and SMA HT IMA-SMA   
[7] 67, F PC PD SMA RA IMA-SMA Arteriosclerosis Measurement of blood flow
[8] 69, M PC PD CA and SMA HL IMA-SMA Arteriosclerosis  
[9] 69, F PC PD SMA HL   Arteriosclerosis Thrombectomy
[10] 58, M PC Total pancreatectomy SMA   Dilatation of posterior and anterior pancreaticoduodenal arcades. Arteriosclerosis Preoperative SMA stenting
Our case 73, M CC PD SMA HT, DM IMA-SMA Arteriosclerosis Clamp test
  1. IPMN intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm, PC pancreatic cancer, CC cholangiocarcinoma, PD pancreaticoduodenectomy, CA celiac artery, SMA superior mesenteric artery, IMA inferior mesenteric artery, HT hypertension, DM diabetes mellitus, RA rheumatoid arthritis, HL hyperlipidemia