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Table 1 Characteristics of the three groups of patients

From: Single segment of spleen autotransplantation, after splenectomy for trauma, can restore splenic functions

Patient Sex Age Comorbidities Cause and indication for splenectomy Time surgical procedure Transfusions Blood loss Postoperative complications Number of platelets Year of the splenectomy Thrombocytosis postoperative The size of the autotransplanted splenic tissue
1A 28 F Bipolar syndrome Car accident 90 min 4 bags 1000 ml None 570,000 2017 Yes 24 × 22 mm
2A 52 F Retinitis pigmentosa Car accident 105 min 3 bags 500 ml None 398,000 2010 No 15 × 10 mm
3A 54 M None Car accident 120 min 4 bags 2000 ml None 318,000 2010 No 25 × 25 mm
4A 55 F Diabetes, Hypertension Accidental fall 90 min 2 bags 500 ml Pulmonary thickening 245,000 2015 No 43 × 37 mm
5A 46 M None Accidental fall 120 min 4 bags 1000 ml None 379,000 2012 No 15 × 22 mm
1B 26 M None Skiing accident 95 min None 500 ml None 404,000 2015 Yes  
2B 25 F None Car accident 140 min None 1000 ml None 437,000 2017 Yes  
3B 56 F Deaf-mute, previous stroke Car accident 155 min 4 bags 500 ml None 581,000 2011 Yes  
4B 24 M None Car accident 185 min 2 bags 1000 ml None 424,000 2017 Yes  
5B 54 F Rheumatoid arthritis Car accident 70 min None 1000 ml Pulmonary thickening 422,000 2016 Yes  
1C 41 F        229,000    
2C 52 M        206,000    
3C 30 F        299,000    
4C 28 F        216,000    
5C 31 M        200,000    
6C 30 F        219,000    
7C 29 M        231,000