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Table 1 Reported cases of pancreaticoduodenal artery aneurysm treated with bypass surgery and endovascular therapy

From: Combined treatment of an aortosplenic bypass followed by coil embolization in the treatment of pancreaticoduodenal artery aneurysms caused by median arcuate ligament compression: a report of two cases

Patient Authors Year Age (years)/sex Aneurysm status/diameter Celiac axis status Treatment Bypass Graft TAE Interval between two treatments Follow-up (months)
1 Bageacu et al. [4] 2006 55/unknown Ruptured (15 mm) Stenosis TAE → bypass/two-staged Aorto-to-hepatic artery Unknown Coil embolization 6 or 8 weeks 89
2    43/unknown Ruptured (20 mm) Stenosis TAE → bypass/two-staged Aorto-to-hepatic artery Unknown Coil embolization 6 or 8 weeks 78
3    51/unknown Unruptured (18 mm) Occlusion Bypass → TAE/two-staged Aorto-to-hepatic artery Unknown Coil embolization Unknown 27
4 Teng et al. [9] 2006 46/M Ruptured (19 mm) Occlusion Bypass → TAE/two-staged Aorto-to-hepatic artery and SMA Dacron Coil embolization 1 day unknown
5 Imamura et al. [10] 2011 61/M Unruptured (20 mm) Stenosis Bypass → TAE/one-staged Aorto-to-hepatic artery SVG Coil embolization The same day unknown
6 Nakano et al. [11] 2014 47/M Unruptured (35, 15 mm) Occlusion Bypass → TAE/two-staged Renal-to-splenic artery ePTFE Coil embolization 7 days 21
7 Simon et al. [12] 2017 39/F Unruptured (40 mm) Occlusion TAE → bypass/one-staged Aorto-to-hepatic artery SVG Coil embolization The same day 12
8    61/F Unruptured (20 mm) Occlusion Bypass → TAE/two-staged Aorto-to-celiac artery Dacron Coil embolization 1 month 18
9 Current report 2021 54/F Unruptured (21, 19 mm) Occlusion Bypass → TAE/two-staged Aorto-to-splenic artery Dacron Coil embolization 6 days 102
10    39/M Unruptured (23 mm) Stenosis Bypass → TAE/two-staged Aorto-to-splenic artery Dacron Coil embolization 9 days 79
  1. TAE transcatheter arterial embolization, SMA superior mesenteric artery, SVG saphenous vein graft, ePTFE expanded polytetrafluoroethylene