Demographics, treatment choices, angiographic outcomes, and follow-up information of 5 patients with hepatic artery pseudoaneurysm
|Case||Age||Presentation||Cause||Treatment||Angiographic outcome||Follow-up CT
|Clinical follow-up results|
|1||84||Haemobilia||Chronic cholecystitis||Coil embolization of parent artery||Success||No||Death due to sepsis 4 mo after index procedure|
|2||92||Haemobilia||Acute cholangitis||NBCA embolization of the lesion||Success||No||Survival during 12 mo of follow-up|
|3||73||Hemoperitoneum||Post Whipple operation||Flow diverter with covered stents||Success||9||No recurrence with preserved parent artery|
|4||76||Hemoperitoneum||Post Whipple operation||Stent-assisted coiling (1st); coil embolization (2nd); flow diverter and covered stents (3rd)||Success||7||No recurrence with preserved parent artery|
|5||60||Haemobilia||Neuroendocrine tumor with multiple hepatic metastasis||Coil embolization of the lesion||Success||No||Death due to malignancy 4 mo after index procedure|
All the patients are males. Angiographically success is defined as complete obliteration of the pseudoaneurysm on post treatment angiogram .
NBCA, N-butyl cyanoacrylate; CT, computed tomography.