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Table 2 Detailed prevalence of visceral artery stenosis

From: Prevalence of visceral artery involvement in patients with peripheral artery disease found on run-off MRA

Artery Grade 0 Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5
  n % n % n % n % n % n %
CT (n = 116) 34 29 20 17 23 20 22 19 14 12 3 3
SMA (n = 131) 71 54 20 15 19 15 11 8 8 6 2 2
Left RA/ARA* (n = 144) 98 68 19 13 7 5 5 3 10 7 5 3
Right RA/ARA* (n = 142) 89 63 19 13 17 12 6 4 7 5 4 3
  Grade 0 Grade 1–2 Grade 3–4 Grade 5
  n % n % n % n %
IMA (n = 145) 97 67 28 19 9 6 11 8
  1. The stenosis with the highest grade is reported in patients who also have accessory renal artery/arteries in addition to the renal artery on the same side
  2. CT celiac trunk, SMA superior mesenteric artery, RA renal artery, ARA accessory renal artery, IMA inferior mesenteric artery
  3. CT, SMA, RA and ARA: grade 0: no stenosis; grade 1: stenosis < 30%; grade 2: stenosis 30–49%; grade 3: stenosis 50–69%; grade 4: stenosis 70–99%; grade 5: occlusion
  4. IMA: grade 0: no stenosis; grade 1–2: stenosis < 50%; grade 3–4: stenosis 50–99%; grade 5: occlusion