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Table 1 Clinical manifestations of Dieulafoy’s disease of bronchus 1

From: Dieulafoy’s disease of the bronchus: report of a case and review of the literature

Case Age Gender Previous respiratory disease Smoking history Location Treatment (Outcome) Origin of vessels Ref
Embolization Surgery
1 32 M no no RUL failure success PA [3]
2 42 M yes yes RUL success - BA [4]
3 47 F no no RML - success BA [5]
4 52 F no no RLL success - BA [5]
5 35 F no no RLL failure success BA [6]
6 59 M no yes RML/RLL - success BA [6]
7 70 F yes yes RUL failure - PA [7]
8 62 M yes - RML - failure BA [8]
9 51 M no yes RML/RLL - success - [2]
10 44 F no no RML success - BA [9]
11 57 F no no RUL/RML success - BA [10]
12 63 F yes no RMB - - - [11]
13 28 F no no LLL - - - [12]
14 41 M no no RML - success - [13]
15 36 M yes no RML - - PA [13]
16 61 M - - RUL - - - [13]
17 15 M no no RML/RLL failure success BA Our work
  1. 1Note: M: male, F: female; RUL: right upper lobe, RML: right middle lobe, RLL: right lower lobe; PA: pulmonary artery, BA: bronchial artery, RMB right main bronchus.