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Simplified Splanchnic Artery Revascularization Using Extra-anatomic Bypass Grafts: A Report of Ten Cases

Simplified Splanchnic Artery Revascularization Using Extra-anatomic Bypass Grafts: A Report of... Abstract • Revascularization of the superior mesenteric artery or renal artery is frequently complicated by concomitant atherosclerotic disease in the adjacent aorta. In ten patients, extra-anatomic saphenous vein bypass grafts to the splanchnic vessels were constructed and inflow was obtained from the external iliac artery. All patients recovered without complication and have had functioning grafts on follow-up arteriography. This extra-anatomic bypass provides a simple method for splanchnic artery revascularization. (Arch Surg 114:1052-1055, 1979) References 1. Morris GC Jr, Crawford ES, Cooley DA, et al: Revascularization of the celiac and superior mesenteric arteries . Arch Surg 84:113-125, 1962.Crossref 2. Bergan JJ: Recognition and treatment of intestinal ischemia . Surg Clin North Am , 47:109-126, 1967. 3. Poutasse EF, Sakati IA, Buttarazzi PJ, et al: Bilateral renal artery surgery: Experience with 1-state procedures . Trans Am Assoc Genitourin Surg 59:100-105, 1967. 4. Morris GC Jr, DeBakey ME, Zanger LCC: Renovascular hypertension . Surg Clin North Am 46:931-948, 1966. 5. Novick AC, Banowsky LHW, Stewart BH, et al: Splenorenal bypass in the treatment of stenosis of the renal artery . Surg Gynecol Obstet 144:891-898, 1977. 6. Stanley JC, Fry WJ: Surgical treatment of renovascular hypertension . Arch Surg 112:1291-1296, 1977.Crossref 7. Wylie EJ, Perloff DL, Stoney RJ: Autogenous tissue revascularization technics in surgery for renovascular hypertension . Ann Surg 170:416-428, 1969.Crossref 8. Hsiung JC: Surgical treatment of renovascular hypertension . Chin Med J (Eng) 85:29-36, 1966. 9. Morris GC Jr, DeBakey ME, Cooley DA, et al: Experience with 200 renal artery reconstructive procedures for hypertension or renal failure . Circulation 27:346-350, 1963.Crossref 10. Farha SJ, Willcoxon RL, Farha GJ: Abdominal revascularization procedures utilizing the splenic artery: Report of two cases and review of the literature . Am Surg 38:223-226, 1972. 11. Liberatino JA, Zinman L, Breslin DJ, et al: Hepatorenal artery bypass in the management of renovascular hypertension . J Urol 115:369-372, 1976. 12. Hertzer NR, Montie JE, Hall PM, et al: Revascularization of the kidney after occlusion of the aorta and both renal arteries . Surgery 79:52-56, 1976. 13. Belzer FO, Salvatierra O, Palubinskas A, et al: Ex Vivo renal artery reconstruction . Ann Surg 182:456-463, 1975.Crossref 14. Robicsek F, Daugherty HK, Cook JW, et al: A new method to revascularize the celiac axis . Vasc Surg 11:34-39, 1977.Crossref 15. Daily PO, Fogarty TJ: Simplified revascularization of the celiac and superior mesenteric arteries . Am J Surg 131:762-765, 1976.Crossref 16. Sparks FC, Ramp JM, Imparato AM: Axillo-mesenteric bypass for acute mesenteric infarction . Vasc Surg 8:90-94, 1974. 17. VanZyl JJW, DuToit FD: Superior mesenteric artery occlusion treated by common iliac-ileocolic anastomosis . Br J Surg 53:522-524, 1966.Crossref 18. Eklof B, Hoevels J, Ihse I: The surgical treatment of chronic intestinal ischemia . Ann Surg 187:318-324, 1978.Crossref 19. Mavor GE, Lyall AD, Chrystal KMR, et al: Mesenteric infarction as a vascular emergency . Br J Surg 50:219-225, 1962.Crossref 20. Crawford ES, Morris GC Jr, Myhre HO, et al: Celiac axis superior mesenteric artery and inferior mesenteric artery occlusion: Surgical considerations . Surgery 82:856-866, 1977. 21. Crawford ES: Thoraco-abdominal and abdominal aortic aneurysm involving renal, superior mesenteric and celiac arteries . Ann Surg 179:763-772, 1974.Crossref 22. Spanos PK, Mozes MM, Najarian JS: Resection of supra-renal aortic aneurysm with autotransplantation of the kidney . Ann Surg 180:823-826, 1974.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Surgery American Medical Association

Simplified Splanchnic Artery Revascularization Using Extra-anatomic Bypass Grafts: A Report of Ten Cases

Archives of Surgery , Volume 114 (9) – Sep 1, 1979

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Abstract • Revascularization of the superior mesenteric artery or renal artery is frequently complicated by concomitant atherosclerotic disease in the adjacent aorta. In ten patients, extra-anatomic saphenous vein bypass grafts to the splanchnic vessels were constructed and inflow was obtained from the external iliac artery. All patients recovered without complication and have had functioning grafts on follow-up arteriography. This extra-anatomic bypass provides a simple method for splanchnic artery revascularization. (Arch Surg 114:1052-1055, 1979) References 1. Morris GC Jr, Crawford ES, Cooley DA, et al: Revascularization of the celiac and superior mesenteric arteries . Arch Surg 84:113-125, 1962.Crossref 2. Bergan JJ: Recognition and treatment of intestinal ischemia . Surg Clin North Am , 47:109-126, 1967. 3. Poutasse EF, Sakati IA, Buttarazzi PJ, et al: Bilateral renal artery surgery: Experience with 1-state procedures . Trans Am Assoc Genitourin Surg 59:100-105, 1967. 4. Morris GC Jr, DeBakey ME, Zanger LCC: Renovascular hypertension . Surg Clin North Am 46:931-948, 1966. 5. Novick AC, Banowsky LHW, Stewart BH, et al: Splenorenal bypass in the treatment of stenosis of the renal artery . Surg Gynecol Obstet 144:891-898, 1977. 6. Stanley JC, Fry WJ: Surgical treatment of renovascular hypertension . Arch Surg 112:1291-1296, 1977.Crossref 7. Wylie EJ, Perloff DL, Stoney RJ: Autogenous tissue revascularization technics in surgery for renovascular hypertension . Ann Surg 170:416-428, 1969.Crossref 8. Hsiung JC: Surgical treatment of renovascular hypertension . Chin Med J (Eng) 85:29-36, 1966. 9. Morris GC Jr, DeBakey ME, Cooley DA, et al: Experience with 200 renal artery reconstructive procedures for hypertension or renal failure . Circulation 27:346-350, 1963.Crossref 10. Farha SJ, Willcoxon RL, Farha GJ: Abdominal revascularization procedures utilizing the splenic artery: Report of two cases and review of the literature . Am Surg 38:223-226, 1972. 11. Liberatino JA, Zinman L, Breslin DJ, et al: Hepatorenal artery bypass in the management of renovascular hypertension . J Urol 115:369-372, 1976. 12. Hertzer NR, Montie JE, Hall PM, et al: Revascularization of the kidney after occlusion of the aorta and both renal arteries . Surgery 79:52-56, 1976. 13. Belzer FO, Salvatierra O, Palubinskas A, et al: Ex Vivo renal artery reconstruction . Ann Surg 182:456-463, 1975.Crossref 14. Robicsek F, Daugherty HK, Cook JW, et al: A new method to revascularize the celiac axis . Vasc Surg 11:34-39, 1977.Crossref 15. Daily PO, Fogarty TJ: Simplified revascularization of the celiac and superior mesenteric arteries . Am J Surg 131:762-765, 1976.Crossref 16. Sparks FC, Ramp JM, Imparato AM: Axillo-mesenteric bypass for acute mesenteric infarction . Vasc Surg 8:90-94, 1974. 17. VanZyl JJW, DuToit FD: Superior mesenteric artery occlusion treated by common iliac-ileocolic anastomosis . Br J Surg 53:522-524, 1966.Crossref 18. Eklof B, Hoevels J, Ihse I: The surgical treatment of chronic intestinal ischemia . Ann Surg 187:318-324, 1978.Crossref 19. Mavor GE, Lyall AD, Chrystal KMR, et al: Mesenteric infarction as a vascular emergency . Br J Surg 50:219-225, 1962.Crossref 20. Crawford ES, Morris GC Jr, Myhre HO, et al: Celiac axis superior mesenteric artery and inferior mesenteric artery occlusion: Surgical considerations . Surgery 82:856-866, 1977. 21. Crawford ES: Thoraco-abdominal and abdominal aortic aneurysm involving renal, superior mesenteric and celiac arteries . Ann Surg 179:763-772, 1974.Crossref 22. Spanos PK, Mozes MM, Najarian JS: Resection of supra-renal aortic aneurysm with autotransplantation of the kidney . Ann Surg 180:823-826, 1974.Crossref

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