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Table 1 Previous reports of lung resection in patients with a displaced bronchus of the left upper lobe

From: Left upper division segmentectomy with a simultaneous displaced bronchus and pulmonary arteriovenous anomalies: a case report

First author Year Age (y)/sex Diagnosis Displaced bronchus Position of displaced bronchus Lobulation Procedure Anomalous PV
Anno 1959 28/M Tuberculosis B1 + 2 + B3/B4 + 5 Behind the MPA S4 + 5/S1 + 2 + 6–10 S1–3 Seg. V1 + 2
Takahashi 1992 47/F Sclerosing hemangioma B1 + 2/B3 + B4 + 5 N.D. S3–5/S1 + 2 + 6–10 S3–5 Seg. N.D.
Motohashi 1995 52/F Lung cancer B1 + 2a/B1 + 2 b,c + B3/B4 + 5 N.D. N.D. Pneumonectomy None
Okamoto 1999 59/M Lung cancer B1 + 2 + B3/B4 + 5 Behind the MPA S1–3/S4–10 LLL None
Shimamoto 2008 81/F Lung cancer B1 + 2/B3 + B4 + 5 Behind the MPA S1–5/S6–10 S1 + 2 Seg. N.D.
Tarukawa 2010 65/M Lung cancer B1 + 2 + B3/B4 + 5 Behind the MPA S1–3/S4–10 S1–3 Seg. N.D.
Tsukioka 2011 62/F Lung cancer B1 + 2/B3 + B4 + 5 Behind the MPA S1–2/S3–10 LUL N.D.
Ikuta 2013 83/M Lung cancer B1 + 2/B3 + B4 + 5 Behind the MPA S1–2/S3–10 LUL V1 + 2
Katayama 2013 55/M Lung cancer B1 + 2 + B3/B4 + 5 Behind the MPA S1–3/S4+ 5/S6–10 S1–3 Seg. N.D.
Asakura 2014 52/M Lung cancer B1 + 2/B3 + B4 + 5 Behind the MPA S1–2/S3–10 LUL N.D.
Kawano 2014 59/M Lung cancer B1 + 2 + B3/B4 + 5 Behind the MPA S1–3/S4–10 S1–3 Seg. None
Yaginuma 2015 63/F Lung cancer B1 + 2 + B3/B4 + 5 Behind the MPA S1–3/S4 + 5/S6–10 S1–3 Seg. N.D.
Chiba 2015 57/M Lung cancer B1 + 2 + B3/B4 + 5 Behind the MPA S1–3/S4 + 5/S6–10 S1–3 Seg. Common duct of the SPV and IPV
Onuki 2016 83/F Lung cancer B1 + 2/B3 + B4 + 5 Behind the MPA S1 + 2/S3/S4+ 5/S6–10 LUL None
Present case 2016 78/M Lung cancer B1 + 2 + B3/B4 + 5 Behind the MPA S1–3 + 6/S4+ 5/S8–10 S1–3 Seg. V1 + 2
  1. M male, F female, N.D. not described, LUB left upper lobe bronchus, MPA main pulmonary artery, Seg. segmentectomy, LLL left lower lobectomy, LUL left upper lobectomy, SPV superior pulmonary vein, IPV inferior pulmonary vein