Objective To summarize the outcome in surgical management and medical therapy of aneurysm involved in Behcet’s disease. Methods From April 1977 to December 2004,7 patients (one female) were admitted. There were 4 false aneurysms in aortic isthmus, and 1 right subclavian artery pseudoaneurysm, and 1 right axillary artery false aneurysm, and 1 thoracicoabdominal multiple pseudoaneurysms. Surgical procedures included 4 aneurysmorrhaphys and patch angioplasties, 1 aneurysmorrhaphy and tube graft replacement, 1 covered stents and axillary to axillary artery bypasses, 1 aneurysmorrhaphy and right subclavian artery ligation. The other 3 cases survived. Results There were no hospital death, but there were 1 anastomotic aneurysm occurrence, 2 new aneurysms formation, 1 femoral artery occlusion at canal insertion site, and 1 bypass graft occlusion. Follow-up from 1 to 12 months, there were death in 4 cases. Conclusions Behcet’s disease could easily result in anastomotic aneurysm and/or new aneurysm or rupture occurrence. Based on location of lesion, selection of proper intervention, and combination with immunosuppression therapy, the satisfactory result could be obtained, therein, prosthetic graft replacement surpasses the patch angioplasty.
引用本文： 李明,孙立忠,常谦,等. 白塞氏病导致动脉瘤的外科治疗. 中国胸心血管外科临床杂志, 2005, 12(3): 158-160. doi: 复制