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Table 3 Perioperative and follow up data of patients

From: Transcatheter thrombolysis combined with damage control surgery for treatment of acute mesenteric venous thrombosis associated with bowel necrosis: a retrospective study

No. of patients Days from thrombolysis to surgery Initial findings and treatment Range of small bowel resection Days of open abdomen (temporary abdominal closure) Days of hospital stay Timing of definitive surgery (months) Findings and definitive surgery Months of follow-up Clinical outcome
1 7 Bowel resection, double barrel enterostomy and open abdomena 200 cm 3 27 12 No further intestinal necrosis. 37 No recurrence
double-cavity stoma reversion
2 7 Bowel resection, double barrel enterostomy and open abdomena 200 cm 3 47 12 No further intestinal necrosis. 32 No recurrence
double-cavity stoma reversion
3 7 Bowel resection, double barrel enterostomy and open abdomena 150 cm 7 29 12 No further intestinal necrosis. 25 No recurrence
double-cavity stoma reversion
4 18 Bowel resection and double barrel enterostomy 150 cm - 70 12 No further intestinal necrosis. 20 No recurrence
double-cavity stoma reversion
5 8 Bowel resection, double barrel enterostomy and open abdomena 250 cm 3 38 12 No further intestinal necrosis. 16 No recurrence
double-cavity stoma reversion
6 6 Bowel resection and double barrel enterostomy 80 cm - 40 13 No further intestinal necrosis. 11 No recurrence
double-cavity stoma reversion
  1. aOpen abdomen was treated with temporary abdominal closure using Prolene Mesh