Tratamento de aneurismas de artéria esplênica e renal no mesmo tempo operatório: relato de caso e revisão
Treatment of aneurysms in the splenic and renal arteries in a single operation: case report and review
Visceral and renal artery aneurysms are rare (0.01 to 2%) and their risk of rupture varies between different types and depending on their anatomy and patient context (comorbidities, pregnancy, and liver transplant history). Mortality due to rupture of these aneurysms is around 25%. New techniques and materials derived from neurointervention seem to be promising options for treatment of these aneurysms. In this context, we report the case of a patient undergoing endovascular treatment of both splenic artery and renal artery aneurysms during the same procedure, using Solitaire stents and controlled release coils in both repairs. The patient recovered well with both aneurysms adequately treated. In conclusion, endovascular treatment of splenic and renal artery aneurysms during the same operation is feasible and has proved safe and effective in the case reported
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