Skip to main content

Table 1 Cases of cap polyposis treated by surgery from the previously published English literature

From: Successful laparoscopic resection for cap polyposis: case report, literature review

No. Author Age (years) Gender Initial symptoms Preoperative treatment Surgical procedure Postoperative outcome
1 Ng et al. [2], 2004a 20 M Unknown Unknown Transanal resection Recurred at 3 months
2 Ng et al. [2], 2004a 15 M Unknown Unknown Anterior resection Resolved
3 Ng et al. [2], 2004a 21 M Unknown Unknown Low anterior resection Resolved
4 Ng et al. [2], 2004a 16 M Unknown Unknown Perineal proctectomy Recurred at 1 months
5 Ng et al. [2], 2004a 18 M Unknown Complete polypectomy Anterior resection Resolved
6 Ng et al. [2], 2004a 20 M Unknown Complete polypectomy Anterior resection Resolved
7 Akamatsu et al. [3], 2004 50 F Mucous bloody stool None Sigmoidectomy Recurred at 6 months
8 Konishi et al. [4], 2005 76 F None None Sigmoidectomy Worsen at anastomotic line
9 Gallegos et al. [5], 2011 56 M Diarrhea, leg edema Metronidazole Left hemicolectomy Recurred at 8 months
10 Kini et al. [6], 2012 19 M Diarrhea, body weight loss Steroids and anti-
inflammatory agentsb
Proctocolectomy Resolved
11 Mason et al. [7], 2013 42 M Bowel obstruction None Left hemicolectomy Recurred at 1 year
12 Aggarwal et al. [8], 2013 27 M Anemia Aminosalicylates and steroidsc Low anterior resection Resolved
13 Present case 70 F Body weight loss, mucous diarrhea None Laparoscopic low anterior
resection
Resolved
  1. aPrevious cases reviewed
  2. bInitial diagnosis was Crohn’s disease
  3. cInitial diagnosis was ulcerative colitis