Table 2: Table two published studies on blunt traumatic injury to the axillary artery.

Author [Reference] Sex/Age Mechanism Injury type Device Patency (months) Plexus injury
Castelli, et al. [28] M/42 (NS) Dissection Wallstent 48 No
Papaconstantinou, et al. [29] M/55 Fall Occlusion Wallstent 3 Yes
Piffaretti, et al. [13] M/28 (NS) Dissection Luminexx 12 No
M/46 (NS) Dissection Luminexx 3 No
Michaluk, et al. [30] M/49 Shoulder luxation Pseudoaneurysm Viabahn 5 Yes
Reid, et al. [31] F/73 Shoulder luxation Active haemorrhage Viabahn (NS) Yes
Karkos, et al. [32] M/63 Shoulder luxation Pseudoaneurysm Viabahn (NS) Yes
Chander, et al. [33] M/36 Fall from height Left & Right axillary artery injured Active haemorrhage Zilver Cook left & Zilver Cook right 36 36 Yes (left arm) No (right arm)
Stalhub, et al. [19] M/24 (NS) Occlusion Viabahn 10 (median) No
Carrafiello, et al. [20] M/56 (NS) Transection Wallgraft 72 (NS)
M/63 (NS) Occlusion Wallgraft 1 (thrombolysis) (NS)
M/15 (NS) Occlusion PTA


48 (NS)
M/28 (NS) Transection Fluency stent 36 (NS)
F/81 (NS) Mural hematoma PTA balloon 21 (NS)
Rohlffs, et al. [34] M/24 MVC Transection Fluency 0.5 Yes

MVC: Motor Vehicle Crash; (NS): Non specified.