08 April 2021>: Articles
Clinically Suspected Segmental Arterial Mediolysis of the Splanchnic Arteries: A Report of 2 Rare Cases
Challenging differential diagnosis, Diagnostic / therapeutic accidents, Management of emergency care, Rare diseaseFederica Castelli A , Corrado Inì A* , Giovanni Scavone A , Marco Zagarella A , Giorgio Giulietti D , Giuseppe Caltabiano A , Marco Vittorio Pizzarelli D , Bruno Varsallona A , Antonio Scavone A , Antonio Basile A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e929013
Figure 1. Case 1. (A–C) Coronal-CT, three-dimensional reconstruction, and axial-CT images show pseudoaneurysmatic dilatations involved a distal branch of the splenic artery (white arrow) with an axial dimension of 6 mm. (D) Coronal-CT image after angiographic treatment with coil embolization reveals the presence of an area of infarction in the upper pole of the spleen, without clinical and laboratory sequelae.