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Table 1 Characteristics of the 18 patients

From: The role of interventional radiology for pediatric blunt renal trauma

Patient’s number Sex/Age Grade ISS Injured kidney Cause of injury Hematuria Angiography/TAE BT in 24 h (u) Hospital stay (days) Complication
1 M/16 4 16 R T/A N Y/Y 8 5  
2 M/15 3 9 L T/A Y Y/Y 0 8  
3 M/15 3 29 L Violence Y Y/Y 4 14  
4 M/14 5 25 R T/A Y Y/Y 4 17  
5 M/16 4 22 R T/A Y Y/N 4 6  
6 M/17 4 16 R T/A Y Y/N 4 5  
7a M/7 5 25 L T/A Y N/N 6 11 Splenic hemorrhage
8 M/14 4 29 R T/A Y N/N 0 41  
9 F/2 2 9 R T/A Y N/N 1 5  
10 F/17 3 22 R T/A Y N/N 0 11  
11 F/16 3 9 R T/A Y N/N 4 5  
12 F/7 3 9 R Violence N N/N 0 4  
13 F/16 1 22 R T/A Y N/N 4 9  
14 F/12 2 4 R Fall down N N/N 0 2  
15 M/17 3 27 R T/A Y N/N 10 29  
16 M/17 4 16 L T/A Y N/N 0 1  
17 M/16 5 25 L T/A Y N/N 2 7  
18 M/17 3 10 R T/A Y N/N 0 2  
  1. aThis patient underwent surgery, M male, F female, R right, L left, T/A traffic accident, Y yes, N no, ISS injury severity score, TAE transcatheter angiographic embolization, BT blood transfusion