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Table 1 Summary of treatment for aberrant splenic artery aneurysm

From: Successful treatment of aberrant splenic artery aneurysm with a combination of coils embolization and covered stents

Authors, Year n Size of aneurysm (cm) Age (y) Gender Symptoms Treatment Follow-up
Ghatan [1], 1967 1 4 58 Female Left lumbar and flank pain Aneurysmectomy Unknown
Sidhu [2], 1995 1 2 35 Female Asymptomatic Aneurysmectomy Unknown
Settembrini [3], 1996 2 4 45 Male Mild pain at the right hypochondrium; Aneurysmectomy and splenectomy; 12 months
3.5 43 Female Epigastric pain Aneurysmectomy 12 months
Patel [4], 1998 1 2 59 Female Unexplained episode of sepsis and rigors Aneurysmectomy and reconstruction of the SMA 6 months
Pillay [5], 2003 1 Unknown 51 Male Haematemesis and melaena Coils embolization 6 months
Feo [6], 2004 1 4.3 64 Male back pain Aneurysmectomy with direct SA to SMA anastomosis (end to side) 3 months
Mastracci [7], 2005 2 2.7 31 Female Intermittent severe epigastric pain radiating into her back; Coils embolization and laparoscopic occlusion of the splenic artery; 9 months
3.3 42 Female Epigastric pain Same as above 8 months
Migliara [8], 2005 2 2.5 50 Female Asymptomatic; Aneurysmectomy; 10 days
2.5 47 Male Asymptomatic Coils embolization 6 days
Tochii [9], 2005 1 2.7 64 Female Asymptomatic Aneurysmectomy 17 days
Sato [10], 2006 1 2.5 50 Female Discomfort at the epigastria Detachable coils 1.8 yaers
LaBella [11], 2006 1 3 29 Female Persistent bilateral lower quadrant pain Ligation Unknown
Facy [12], 2006 1 3 36 Male Asymptomatic Ligation Unknown
Illuminati [13], 2007 1 2 51 Female Nonspecific abdominal discomfort; Aneurysmectomy 6 months
Liu [14], 2009 6 3.3 71 Female Regurgitation and eructation; Endovascular: stent graft placement 6 months
3 52 Female Asymptomatic; Refuse to treatment lost follow-up
6 48 Female Epigastric pain; Endovascular: coils embolization with gelfoam and glue; 9 months
3 52 Female Asymptomatic; Aneurysmectomy with splenectomy; 1 months
3 38 Male Asymptomatic; Aneurysmectomy and patency of the splenic artery via collaterals; 6 months
   4.8 37 Male Asymptomatic Endovascular: stent graft 1 months
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Tanigawa [15], 2009 1 3.4 45 Male Asymptomatic Coil embolization 3 months
De Cloedt [16], 2010 1 2.3 41 Female Epigastric pain Aneurysmectomy 6 weeks
Jiang [17], 2011 1 2.1 67 Female Intermittent epigastric pain Endovascular stent-graft placement and coil embolization 12 months
Taneja [18], 2011 1 2.4 34 Male Nonspecific upper abdominal pain Balloon-mounted covered stent 6 months
Shu [19], 2011 3 3.9 73 Male Asymptomatic; Aneurysmectomy and reconstruction of the SMA; Aneurysmectomy and reconstruction of the SMA; Aneurysmectomy and reconstruction of the SMA 2 months
4.3 54 Female Abdominal pain; 10 days
3 60 Female Mild pain at the right hypochondrium 36 months
Borioni [20], 2013 1 2 53 Female Epigastric pain Implantation of multiple coils and an Amplatzer Vascular Plug 2 months
Wong [21], 2013 1 2.6 40 Female Asymptomatic Surgical resection with preservation of the spleen Unknown