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Table 4 Summary of clinical data

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 Age (years)/ gender Initial symptoms and signs Etiologies Past medical history and risk factors Indication for intervention Days from symptoms to admission Days from symptoms to intervention
1 46/M Abdominal pain, distention Portal hypertension Portal hypertension Continued pain, despite anticoagulation 5 7
2 51/M Abdominal pain, distention Pancreatitis and hypercoagulable state Pancreatitis, deep venous thrombosis Progressive pain, despite anticoagulation 14 17
3 29/F Abdominal pain, distention Post partum, IgA nephropathyand hypercoagulable state Post partum, IgA nephropathy, deep venous thrombosis Worsening pain, despite anticoagulation 7 7
4 41/F Abdominal pain, nausea, anorexy Hypercoagulable state with oral contraceptive agent Oral contraceptive agent Worsening pain, despite anticoagulation 8 9
5 20/M Abdominal pain, distention, vomiting, diarrhea, hematemesis Hypercoagulable state with activated protein C deficiency Deep venous thrombosis, inferior vena cava thrombosis, pulmonary embolism Persistent pain, distension, bloody ascites, despite anticoagulation 7 8
6 59/F Abdominal pain, distention, vomiting, nausea, Myeloproliferative disorders None Worsening pain, distension, despite anticoagulation 7 11