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Article in Japanese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-375450

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Recoarctation, systemic hypertension, aortic aneurysm and intracranial aneurysm are generally observed within a certain period after the surgical procedure for aortic coarctation, which is known as a systemic diseases caused by not only morphological abnormalities but also arterial functional abnormalities of artery. Here, we report a case who showed complications of recoarctation, hypertension and subarachnoid hemorrhage after surgery for aortic coarctation. A 17-year-old boy originally presented to our hospital with upper extremity systemic hypertension. Recoarctation after surgery for aortic coarctation was diagnosed in his childhood, following which hypertension was followed while he received continuous treatment with anti-hypertensive drugs. He was hospitalized with sudden headache and loss of consciousness. Since subarachnoid hemorrhage was diagnosed by computed tomography, clipping of intracranial aneurysms was performed. After the clipping procedure, he underwent percutaneous intravascular stenting angioplasty. However, the pressure gradient remained and sufficient dilatation was not obtained because of the hypoplastic anatomical distal aortic arch (from the left internal carotid artery to the site of recoarctation) due to the development of collateral circulation with rib notch. At age 21, extra-anatomical bypass (from the ascending aorta to the descending aorta) was performed because of persistent upper extremity systemic hypertension. However, systemic hypertension continued to require antihypertensive medication.

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Article in Japanese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-362111

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We reporte the initial results of open stent-grafting (OSG) applied with a Matsui-Kitamura (MK) stent in the treatment of thoracic aortic aneurysm (TAA). From August 2005 to March 2011, OSG for TAA was applied in 35 cases (male/female, 29/6, 58∼86 years old, mean age 71). During deep hypothermic circulatory arrest with antegrade selective cerebral perfusion, the stent graft was delivered through the transected proximal aortic arch, followed by arch replacement with a 4-branched prosthesis. Concomitant procedures included 1 coronary artery bypass graft, 1 mitral valve replacement and 2 pacemaker implantations. Operative mortality within 30 days was 5.7% (respiratory failure in 1 and ischemic enteritis in 1). There was 1 in-hospital death due to brain stem infarction. Perioperative morbidity included 2 (5.7%) stroke, 5 (14.3%) spinal cord injuries (paraplegia in 1, paraparesis in 1 and transient paraparesis in 3) , and 1 (2.9%) temporary hemodialysis. Ten patients (28.6%) were intubated for more than 72 h. There was no complication with the graft-related incident. These initial results suggested the OSG method applied with a MK stent is a useful surgical procedure for the treatment of TAA.

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Article in Japanese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-361851

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We here report two cases of successfully treated secondary aorto or iliac arterial-enteric fistula after graft replacement for abdominal aortic aneurysm. Case 1: A 80-year-old man who complained massive anal bleeding had undergone Y-shaped graft replacement for abdominal aortic aneurysm 22 years previously. Computed tomography demonstrated an aneurysm and hematoma formation at the anastomosis of the right graft limb and the right common iliac artery. Preoperative angiography showed no leak of contrast medium at the distal anastomosis of the right graft limb. A presumptive diagnosis of secondary iliac arterial enteric fistula was made, therefore, we performed an emergency operation. Extra-anatomic bypass preceded the removal of the right graft limb, partial resection and direct reconstruction of the ileum by the retroperitoneal approach. His postoperative course was uneventful and he was discharged on the 19th postoperative day. Case 2: A 77-year-old man who had received Y-shaped graft replacement of an abdominal aortic aneurysm 9 years previously was transferred to our hospital because of sudden onset epigastralgia and massive hematemesis. Gastroduodenoscopy revealed a fresh blood clot in the third portion of the duodenum where it was compressed by for surrounding pulsatile environment. An emergency computed tomography showed aneurysm formation without extravasation of contrast medium in the duodenum at the proximal anastomosis of the prosthetic graft. A secondary aortoenteric fistula was highly suspected and emergency operation was performed. Extra-anatomic bypass preceded the removal of the graft body, infrarenal aortic stump closure, duodenal closure and the greater omentum was used to fill defects. He underwent successful staged abdominal wall closure due to bowel edema making primary closure impossible. His postoperative course was uneventful and he was discharged on the 26th postoperative day.

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Article in Japanese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-361812

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A 79-year-old man was transferred to our hospital because of massive hematemesis. Contrast-enhanced CT scan demonstrated extravasation of contrast medium into the jejunum. Therefore, we diagnosed primary aortoenteric fistula and performed an emergency operation. At surgical exploration, the jejunum was closely adherent to the normal-sized aorta. The fistula was present between the anterior wall of the aorta and the jejunum. Operative reconstruction was performed with <i>in-situ</i> grafting and a pedicled omentum flap was placed around the graft. The postoperative course was uneventful, and there has been no evidence of infection during the follow-up period of 1 year.

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Article in Japanese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-361800

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Positron emission tomography (PET) is an established imaging tool in oncology that has also been used in infectious and inflammatory diseases. PET combined with computed tomography (PET/CT) can be used to visualize metabolic activity with precise localization. We report an infant with late presentation of poststernotomy mediastinitis, the diagnosis and localization of which was confirmed by PET/CT. An 8-month old infant, who had undergone the Jatene procedure and right ventricle outflow reconstruction 6 months prior, was admitted for inflammation surrounding the superior aspect of the healed scar. Cultures from the wound grew methicillin-resistant <i>Staphylococcus aureus</i> (MRSA). Although the only symptom was discharge from the wound, and there were no other signs or symptoms suggestive of severe general infection, substernal abscess was suspected by magnetic resonance imaging. Since PET/CT revealed high accumulation of 18-fluorodeoxyglucose at the substernal region, the diagnosis of MRSA mediastinitis was made, which was confirmed by subsequent surgical treatment.

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Article in Japanese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-367276

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A 54-year-old man, involved in a motor vehicle collision, was transferred to our hospital. He was hemodynamically stable. A CT scan of the chest demonstrated traumatic aortic dissection and a mediastinal hematoma with hemothorax of left side. Endovascular aortic repair using a homemade device was immediately performed, and a completion angiogram revealed complete exclusion of the aortic injury, with no extravasation. A postoperative CT scan revealed satisfactory placement of the endograft, with no extravasation. The patient was discharged on the 13th postoperative day. Endovascular aortic repair was useful and minimally invasive therapy in this case for the treatment of traumatic thoracic aortic rupture.

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Article in Japanese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-367106

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A 60-year-old male who had a history of Buerger's disease was admitted due to chest pain on exertion. Coronary angiography showed severe double vessel disease (the left anterior descending artery and the right coronary artery). Carotid angiography showed severe stenosis of the left internal carotid artery associated with brain ischemia. In addition, angiography of the lower extremities showed segmental occlusion and collateral arteries resembly a “corkscrew” appearance. We implanted a stent in the carotid artery followed by revascularization surgery of the left lower leg and simultaneous coronary artery bypass surgery. The postoperative course was excellent.

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Article in Japanese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-367053

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A 74-year-old man with renal failure had been treated with maintenance hemodialysis for 1.5 years at another hospital. The patient had an abdominal aortic aneurysm, bilateral iliac artery occlusion and coronary artery stenosis with a lesion in the left main trunk, but had been under observation because of the high risk of surgery. The patient elected to have surgery and was admitted to our hospital. We performed simultaneous surgery for severe coronary artery stenosis and abdominal aortic aneurysm with a maximum diameter of 85mm. The postoperative course was generally uneventful, but the patient required treatment of arrhythmia. We conclude that simultaneous surgery for angina pectoris and abdominal aortic aneurysm is feasible even in hemodialysis patients. It is important to pay attention to arrhythmia in the management of such patients, especially those with decreased cardiac function.

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