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Table 1 Reported cases of renal artery involvement of thromboangiitis obliterans

From: End stage renal disease caused by thromboangiitis obliterans: a case report

Case Age/sex Diagnosed TAO before (duration) Symptom Affected visceral artery Treatment Reference (reported year)
1 34/M Yes Severe hypertension Right renal artery Right nephrectomy Malisoff and Macht (1951) [4]
2 30/M Yes (15 years) Diffuse back and muscle pain Descending aorta, celiac axis, iliac artery, femoral artery, coronary artery, left renal artery   Flesh et al. (1977) [5]
3 42/M Yes (12 years) Severe hypertension Left renal artery, aorta below the level of renal artery Antihypertensive medication Gomi et al. (1978) [6]
4 51/M Yes Severe hypertension, respiratory distress Both renal arteries, descending aorta, celiac trunk, superior mesenteric artery Hepatorenal artery bypass Stillaert et al. (2003) [8]
5 37/M Yes (7 years) Right flank pain, weakness, fever Intrarenal branches of the right renal artery Conservative care Goktas et al. (2006) [9]
6 52/M Yes (10 years) Left flank pain, anuria, weakness Descending aorta, both renal arteries, superior mesenteric artery, common iliac artery Hemodialysis This case
  1. M male, TAO thromboangiitis obliterans