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Table 1 Summary of the 10 previously reported cases and our case of cystic artery pseudoaneurysm after cholecystitis.

From: Acute cholecystitis with massive upper gastrointestinal bleed: A case report and review of the literature

Sno Age/sex Presentation Diagnosis   Management Embolization
    Initial Final   
1 64/male2 UGIH USG Doppler DSA Ligation + cholecystectomy + CBD exploration Not done
2 66/female3 UGIH USG Doppler DSA Cholecystectomy + IOC Failed
3 61/male5 Haemobilia - DSA Cholecystectomy +CBD exploration Not done
4 72/female8 Haemobilia SVE bleeding papilla DSA Cholecystectomy + ligation Not done
5 70/male9 Haemobilia SVE bleeding papilla DSA Cholecystectomy + ligation Failed
6 72/male10 Haemobilia USG Doppler DSA Cholecystectomy + ligation Not done
7 71/female11 Haemobilia SVE bleeding papilla DSA Exploration + drainage Not done
8 32/female13 Haemobilia SVE bleeding papilla DSA Cholecystectomy + ligation Not done
9 62/male14 Haemobilia SVE bleeding papilla DSA Cholecystectomy Done
10 43/male15 Haemobilia SVE bleeding papilla DSA Cholecystectomy + ligation Not done
11 43/female* UGIH USG Doppler DSA Cholecystectomy+ CBD exploration+ duodenal repair+ pyloric exclusion+ GJ Done
  1. • CBD: Common bile duct, DSA: Digital substraction angiography, SVE: Side viewing endoscopy, USG: Ultrasonography, UGIH: Upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage, IOC: Intra operative cholangiogram, GJ: gastrojejunostomy
  2. • Ref 6,7, 12 not included as patient details are not available
  3. • * Refers to the patient in the present case report