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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of the patients

From: Evaluation of isolated abdominal visceral artery dissection with multi-scale spiral computed tomography: a retrospective case series

Location of dissection Age Artery Break Length (mm) Thrombosis Large True Lumen Large False Lumen Yun Classification Clinical Symptoms Complications
Left renal artery 49 yes 28 No No Yes I Left back pain for 8 days No
Limited mesenteric artery 52 yes 15 No Yes No IIa stomach ache Pancreatitis
Peritoneal cavity 63 yes 60 No No Yes IIb Abdominal pain for 20 days No
Peritoneal cavity 46 yes 32 No No Yes I Abdominal pain for 20 h Esophagus Cancer
Peritoneal cavity 77 yes 20 No Yes No I stomach ache No
Peritoneal cavity 73 yes 14 No Yes No IIa Right chest and back pain for more than 1 month, aggravated for 1 day No
Peritoneal cavity 61 yes 24 No No Yes I Consciousness disorder for 8 days, blackout for 11 h No
Peritoneal cavity 67 yes 20 Yes No Yes IIb Physical examination found that the liver occupied 6 days No
Peritoneal cavity and splenic artery dissection 68 yes 100 Yes No Yes IIb Mid-upper abdominal pain is 7 h No
Location of dissection Age Artery Break Length (mm) Thrombosis Large True Lumen Large False Lumen Yun Classification Clinical Symptoms Complications
Peritoneal cavity and splenic artery dissection 54 yes 25 No Yes No IIa Abdominal pain for 20 days SMA branch and inferior mesenteric artery traffic
Proximal mesenteric artery 62 yes 35 No Yes No I Repeated anal mass prolapse for more than 1 year, aggravated with anal bulge in January No
Right renal artery dissection 45 yes 15 Yes No Yes IIb Abdominal pain for more than 10 days Iris tumor
SMA 47 yes 60 No No Yes I Precordial pain for 1 h No
SMA 65 yes 60 No No Yes I Abdominal pain for 2 days SMA and branch thrombus
SMA 47 yes 100 Yes No Yes IIb Repeated abdominal pain for 1 week SMA thrombosis
SMA 53 yes 80 Yes No Yes IIb Abdominal pain for 12 h No
SMA 64 yes 47 Yes No Yes IIb Dizziness with nausea for 15 h No
Location of dissection Age Artery Break Length (mm) Thrombosis Large True Lumen Large False Lumen Yun Classification Clinical Symptoms Complications
SMA 24 yes 30 No Yes No IIa stomach ache Splenic artery thrombosis
SMA 44 yes 25 No No Yes IIa Mid-abdominal pain for 4 days No
SMA 66 yes 95 Yes No Yes IIb Total abdominal pain for 6 h No
SMA 77 yes 15 No No Yes IIa Repeated upper abdominal pain and discomfort for more than 10 years, recurrence increased by 10 days Common hepatic artery originates from the false lumen
SMA 62 yes 70 No No Yes I Abdominal pain No
SMA 51 no 130 No No Yes I Upper abdominal pain No
SMA 65 yes 40 No No Yes I Abdominal pain Postoperative dissection
SMA 55 yes 50 Yes No Yes IIb Abdominal pain Pancreatitis
Splenic artery dissection 55 yes 25 No Yes No I Axillary pain for 1 year No
Upper mesenteric artery/SMA 74 yes 60 Yes No Yes IIb Dysphagia - 3 days No
  1. SMA Superior Mesenteric Artery