Jornal Vascular Brasileiro
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Jornal Vascular Brasileiro
Review Article

Aneurismas de artéria esplênica: história natural e técnicas de tratamento

Splenic aneurysms: natural history and treatment techniques

Jamil Victor de Oliveira Mariúba

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Resumo: Aneurismas da artéria esplênica (AAE) verdadeiros são uma patologia rara, mas potencialmente fatal. São o terceiro aneurisma abdominal mais comum, após aneurismas da aorta e da artéria ilíaca, e representam quase todos os aneurismas de artérias viscerais. Os aneurismas verdadeiros são responsáveis ​​por 60% dos AAEs e afetam as mulheres quatro vezes mais do que os homens, geralmente relacionados a uma descoberta incidental ou sintomática aumentada que coincide com o uso da ultrassonografia na gravidez. Em pacientes grávidas, a mortalidade, após a ruptura, é de 65-75%, com mais de 90% de mortalidade fetal. Têm múltiplas etiologias, e acredita-se que as influências hormonais e as alterações do fluxo portal durante a gestação desempenhem um papel importante no desenvolvimento do AAE. Esta revisão discorrerá sobre sua história, epidemiologia, fisiopatologia, diagnóstico, e as técnicas atuais de tratamento.

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aneurisma, artéria esplênica, procedimentos endovasculares

Abstract

Abstract: True splenic artery aneurysms (SAA) are a rare, but potentially fatal, pathology. They are the third most common type of abdominal aneurysm, after aneurysms of the aorta and of the iliac artery, and account for almost the all aneurysms of visceral arteries. True aneurysms account for 60% of SAA and affect four times as many women as men, generally related to increased incidental or symptomatic findings that coincide with use of ultrasonography in pregnancy. Among pregnant patients, mortality after rupture is 65-75%, with fetal mortality exceeding 90%. There are multiple etiologies and it is believed that hormonal influences and changes in portal flow during gestation play an important role in development of SAA. This review discusses their history, epidemiology, pathophysiology, and diagnosis and current treatment techniques.
 

Keywords

aneurysm, splenic artery, endovascular procedures

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