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Table 1 Characteristics of lesion, treatment and outcome for patients complicated with intestinal obstruction from literature review

From: Incomplete intestinal obstruction as the possible main complaint in Behcet’s disease after surgery for recurrent abdominal aortic pseudoaneurysms: a case report and literature review

Patient Location symptom Treatment (graft size: mm & type) Complication Immuno-suppresant Recurrence Follow up Result
38 yrs. male Infrarenal C. Rupture Interposition (Polytetrafluoroethylene) 16 × 8, bifurcated Incomplete Intestinal Obstruction Prednisolone + Colchicines None 98 M Alive
31 yrs. male Suprarenal Rupture Patch (Polytetrafluoroethylene) Incomplete Intestinal Obstruction Colchicines + Azathioprine 18 M 43 M Alive
50 yrs. male Suprarenal vascular thrombosis Stent graft Complete Intestinal Obstruction Not clear 72 M 5 M Alive
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