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Case Report

Concurrent Hepatic Artery and Portal Vein Thrombosis after Orthotopic Liver Transplantation with Preserved Allografts

Table 1

Depiction of cases with concurrent HAT and PVT in the literature.

Author (year)Number of patients/typeIndications for transplantType of transplantHAT and PVT in relation to transplantTreatmentOutcome

Langnas et al. (1991) [1]3/2 children, 1 adultBiliary atresia 2, cholangiocarcinoma 1CLTxWithin a weekAdult Re-Tx, 1st child Re-Tx, 2nd child observation2 deaths, 1 child in vegetative state at 4 years

Kaneko et al. (2004) [7]4/2 children, 2 adultsBiliary atresia 1, Wilson’s disease 1, PBC 1, primary hyperoxaluria 1LDLTxWithin a week3 thrombectomy, 1 RE-Tx4 deaths

Haque et al. (2009) [18]1 adultWilson’s disease 1CLTx12 yearsConservative Alive at one year after the event

Ayala et al. (2011) [19]1 adultNACLTxNANANA

Present series (2013)2 adultsCholangiocarcinoma 1, alcoholic cirrhosis 1CLTx6 months 6 yearsConservativeAlive with normal liver function at 3 years

CLTx: cadaveric liver transplant, LDLTx: living donor liver transplant, Re-Tx: retransplantation, NA: not available.

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