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Table 1 Summary of the surgery for isolated pulmonary TA

From: Pitfalls in the management of isolated pulmonary Takayasu’s arteritis after surgery: a case report of an experience during 34 months after a pulmonary artery graft replacement

Pt Age (Y),
gender
Location Procedure Material applied Follow-up
months
Postoperative
imaging
Restenosis Immuno-
suppression
Author (’Y)
1 60 F Bifurcation Patch Pericardium 6 AG Yes Yes* Chauvaud (’87)
2 53 M Bifurcation Patch Pericardium 6 AG Yes - Dietl (’88)
3 57 M Rt Patch - - - - - Okubo (’88)
4 31 M Bifurcation Patch Dacron 18 AG Yes - Jakob (’90)
5 34 F Rt Grafting NA 13 - - - Lie (’96)
6 25 F Rt Grafting NA 25 - - - Lie (’96)
7 76 F Rt & Lt Bypass PTFE - - - - Sundt (’01)
8 63 F Rt & Lt Grafting Dacron 66 - - - Shikata (’04)
9 67 F Rt Patch Pericardium 3 AG Yes - Yamazaki (’05)
10 45 F Lt Bypass PTFE 60 AG No - Nakajima (’07)
11 48 M Rt Grafting Dacron 6 CT No No Fujita (’13)
12 59 M Rt & Lt Grafting PTFE 1.5 AG & CT No Yes Hamamoto (’11)
13 51 F Rt & Lt Grafting PTFE 30 AG & CT No - Furtado (’12)
  1. Pt: patient number, Y: year, M: male, F: female, Bifurcation: bifurcation of the main pulmonary artery trunk, Rt: right main pulmonary artery, Lt: left main pulmonary artery, Patch: patch angioplasty, Grafting: graft replacement, Bypass: bypass surgery, PTFE: polytetrafluoroethylene, AG: angiography, CT: computed tomography, *: glucocorticoid at unknown dosage, : oral prednisolone at 20 mg/day, −: not available