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Table 1 Cases in which AG was performed for retropharyngeal hematoma

From: Successful management of retropharyngeal hematoma by trans-arterial embolism without intubation

S/N Age (years) Sex Reason for intubation Airway management Bleeding source CT TAE Outcome Source, Year
1 83 M Paradoxical breathing Endotracheal intubation Vertebral artery CTA y Limb weakness Kudo et al., 2017 [8]
2 80 M Stridor, respiratory distress Endotracheal intubation Thyrocervical artery CECT y Not described Calorego et al., 2015 [6]
3 65 F Respiratory distress Nasopharyngeal intubation Thyrocervical artery CTA Coil Not described Jakanani et al., 2012 [7]
4 30 F Stridor, respiratory distress Endotracheal intubation Thyrocervical artery CECT n Transferred (day 22) Iizuka et al., 2012 [4]
5 90 M Stridor Endotracheal intubation Left vertebral artery CECT PVA Extubated (day 3) Sheah et al., 2006 [1]
6 84 F Stridor, respiratory distress Endotracheal intubation Thyrocervical artery CECT PVA Uneventful Van Velde et al., 2002 [5]
7 88 F Observation Costocervical artery CTA Coil Ambulatory (day 5) This case
  1. AG angiography, CT computed tomography, CTA CT angiography, CECT contrast-enhanced CT, TAE trans-arterial embolization, M male, F female, PVA polyvinyl alcohol