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Table 2 Patients’ demographics and characteristics of the pseudoaneurysms

From: Analysis of outcomes of endovascular embolisation: A cross-sectional two-center study on 46 visceral artery pseudoaneurysms

Demographics n = 46
Age (Years) Mean: 58.09 - Range: 21–94
Sex
- Male 34 (73.9%)
- Female 12 (26.1%)
Risk factors of the vascular lesions:
- History of previous intervention (either endoscopy, percutaneous needle biopsy or surgery) 26 (56.52%)
- Penetrating duodenal ulcers 7 (15.21%)
- Intrabdominal infection and/ or inflammatory process 7 (15.21%)
- Underlying vascular disease: (Vasculitis) 4 (8.7%)
- Major trauma 1 (2.17%)
- Bleeding colonic diverticula 1 (2.17%)
Presentations
- GIT hemorrhage and/or haemobilia 16 (34.78%)
- Intra-abdominal hemorrhage 14 (30.43%)
- Hematuria 11 (23.91%)
- Abdominal pain 5 (10.87%)
Characteristics of aneurysms among enrolled patients
 Shape of the aneurysm: Saccular 46 (100%)
 Mean size of the aneurysm (mm) Mean: 13 - Range: 2–45
 Artery affected:
- Renal artery 16 (34.78%)
- Gastroduodenal artery 10 (21.74%)
- Superior mesenteric artery 7 (15.22%)
- Hepatic artery 3 (6.52%)
- Pancreaticoduodenal arcades 3 (6.52%)
- Inferior mesenteric artery 3 (6.52%)
- Splenic artery 2 (4.35%)
- Cystic artery 2 (4.35%)
 Location of the aneurysm in relation to the segment of the affected artery:
- Proximal segment 4 (8.7%)
- Middle segment 9 (19.57%)
- Distal segment 33 (71.74%)