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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of patients with ICPN

From: Intracystic papillary neoplasm of the gallbladder concomitant with xanthogranulomatous cholecystitis: a case report

Case Age Sex Symptoms Imaging Diagnosis Surgery Outcome References
1 48 F No Cystic tumor LC n.d [7]
2 71 F Epigastric pain Wall thickening LC Alive 30 months [8]
3 86 F Jaundice Papillary tumor, wall thickening ICPN LC n.d [9]
4 58 F Fever Papillary tumor ICPN SSPPD Alive 6 months [10]
5 71 M No Papillary tumor ICPN LC n.d [11]
6 78 F Epigastric pain Papillary tumor Gallbladder tumor LC Alive 12 months [5]
7 64 M Epigastric pain Cystic tumor Gallbladder tumor LC n.d [12]
8 54 F Epigastric pain Papillary and nodular tumor Gallbladder tumor ExC Alive 2 months [13]
9 74 F No Papillary tumor GbC ExC n.d [14]
10 61 F No Papillary tumor GbC ExC n.d [14]
11 83 M No Papillary tumor GbC ExC n.d [14]
12 65 F No Papillary tumor, Wall thickening GbC ExC Alive 2 months Present case
  1. ExC extended cholecystectomy, F female, GbC gallbladder cancer, ICPN intracystic papillary neoplasm, LC laparoscopic cholecystectomy, M male, n.d no data, SSPPD subtotal stomach preserving pancreaticoduodenectomy