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DOI: 10.1055/s-2007-1013218 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Although splanchnic artery aneurysms are an uncommon form of vascular disease, splenic artery aneurysms are the third most common intraabdominal aneurysms, followed by aneurysms of the infrarenal aorta and iliac arteries. In this report, we present two splanchnic artery aneurysms, one symptomatic located in the superior mesenteric artery and one found incidentally in the splenic artery. In the first case reconstructive surgery was carried out. In the second patient the splenic artery aneurysm was excised and s… Show more

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“…1 Because of the high risk of rupture or thrombosis (50%), surgical treatment is reasonable in the absence of complicating factors. 1,2,5,6 A third of the reported SMA aneurysms (fewer than 20) have been successfully operated on. 7 Surgery may be performed via a transmesenteric technique, but proximal aneurysms require either a left retroperitoneal approach with medial reflection of the colon, pancreas, and spleen, or a transscleral approach.…”
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“…1 Because of the high risk of rupture or thrombosis (50%), surgical treatment is reasonable in the absence of complicating factors. 1,2,5,6 A third of the reported SMA aneurysms (fewer than 20) have been successfully operated on. 7 Surgery may be performed via a transmesenteric technique, but proximal aneurysms require either a left retroperitoneal approach with medial reflection of the colon, pancreas, and spleen, or a transscleral approach.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning