Endovascular Remedy for a Ruptured Lumbar Artery Aneurysm in a Affected person with von Recklinghausen Illness.
EJVES Brief Rep. 2018;38:1-Three
Authors: Ishigaki T, Kawasaki R, Matsuda H, Mukohara N
Introduction: Vasculopathy, resembling an aneurysm, stenosis, rupture, or arteriovenous fistula, in sufferers with neurofibromatosis kind I (NF-1; von Recklinghausen illness) is properly recognised. Nonetheless, there was no report concerning therapy for a ruptured lumbar artery aneurysm related to NF-1. We current the primary report of profitable endovascular therapy by coil embolisation for a ruptured lumbar artery aneurysm in a affected person with NF-I.
Report: A 52 12 months outdated man with a historical past of NF-1 was referred with again ache and anaemia. The computed tomography scan confirmed rupture of a solitary lumbar artery aneurysm. The rupture was efficiently handled by endovascular embolisation with a coil and N-butyl-2-cyanoacrylate.
Dialogue: Endovascular therapy with coil embolisation was carried out safely on this affected person.
PMID: 29276786 [PubMed]