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Table 1 Previous reports of the neurologically impaired patients developing tracheal stenosis between innominate artery and spine

From: Tracheal stenosis due to cervicothoracic hyperlordosis in patients with cerebral palsy treated with posterior spinal fusion: a report of the first two cases

Authors
(Year)
[Reference]
Number of cases Mean patient age in years
(range)
Mean f/u in months
(range)
Treatment Postoperative course
Tatekawa Y.
(2011)
[7]
6 12
(9–15)
24
(8–45)
Superior mediastinal exposure, external reinforcement with autologous cartilage graft, anterior sling of the innominate artery with a muscle sling, and tracheopexy Recurrence in one patient
Grillo HC
(2005)
[6]
1 28 108 Partial upper sternotomy No recurrence
Tsugawa C
(2004)
[8]
2 5
(4–6)
20
(4–36)
Transection of the innominate artery No recurrence
Tanaka M
(2001)
[5]
3 26
(18–35)
a6 Tracheal stent in one patient aDied 6 months postoperatively
Obatake M
(2011)
[11]
1 11 unknown Transection of the innominate artery unknown
Taniguchi Y
(2021)
[this study]
2 18
(17–19)
15
(12–18)
Posterior spinal fusion No recurrence
  1. f/u follow-up
  2. aRegarding the patient who underwent a tracheal stent