Table 1

Duodenal gangliocytic paraganglioma with lymph node metastasis

Reference

Year

Age (years)

Sex

Chief Clinical presentation

Size (mm)

Operation

Follow up (months)


Buchler et al. [50].

1985

50

Male

Gastrointestinal bleeding

30

Surgical intervention

NED 20

Inai et al. [51].

1989

17

Male

Hematoemesis

20

PD

NED 32

Hashimoto et al. [52].

1992

47

Male

Incidental findings

65

PD

NED 14

Takabayashi et al. [53].

1993

63

Female

Abdominal pain

32

PPPD

NED 24

Dookhan et al. [24].

1993

41

Male

Abdominal pain

25

Additional surgical intervention

Recurrence 11 years after first surgical intervention

Sundararajan et al. [54].

2003

67

Female

Incidental findings

50

PD

NED 9

Bucher et al. [55].

2004

31

Female

Anemia, subclinical jaundice

30

PPPD

NED 44

Wong et al. [25].

2005

49

Female

Melena

14

PPPD

NED 12

Witkiewicz et al. [36].

2007

38

Female

Abdominal pain

15

PPPD

NR

Mann et al. [56].

2009

17

Female

Abdominal pain, vomiting, weight loss

NR

PPPD

NR

Okubo et al. [6]

2010

61

Male

Epigastralgia, tarry stool

30

PPPD

NED 6

Saito et al. [46].

2010

28

Male

Gastrointestinal bleeding, anemia

17

PD

NED 12


NR: not reported, PD: pancreatoduodenectomy, PPPD: pylorus-preserving pancreaticoduodenectomy

NED: no evidence of disease

There were twelve cases of gangliocytic paraganglioma with lymph node metastasis.

Okubo et al. BMC Cancer 2011 11:187   doi:10.1186/1471-2407-11-187

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