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Table 1 Clinical and operative characteristics of patients with ileocecal duplication cyst who underwent ileocecal valve-sparing surgery

From: Ileocecal valve-sparing surgery for duplication cysts in the terminal ileum: two case reports and literature review

Patient First author Sex Presentation Preoperative diagnosis Age at surgery Location of the duplication cyst Cyst size (mm) Type of surgery Site of incision Operation time (min) Postoperative complications
1 Catalano [7] Female Recurrent vomiting Intra-abdominal cystic mass 16 days Ileocecal angle in the mesenteric border 30–50 (Patients 1–3) Enucleation Cecal enterotomy on the mesenteric side Mean, 105
Range 100–110 (Patients 1–3)
None
2 Catalano [7] Male Intermittent constipation Mesenteric versus duplication cyst 14 days Ileocecal angle in the mesenteric border   Enucleation Mesenteric side   None
3 Catalano [7] Male Vomiting, abdominal distension Duplication cyst 3 days Ileocecal angle in the mesenteric border   Enucleation Mesenteric side   None
4 Endo [8] Male Abdominal pain, hematochezia Duplication cyst 4 years Ileocecal angle in the mesenteric border 30 Enucleation Cecal enterotomy on the anti-mesenteric side 146 None
5 Deguchi [current study] Male Vomiting, abdominal distension Duplication cyst 3 months Ileocecal angle in the mesenteric border 60 Mucosectomy Mesenteric side 204 None
6 Deguchi [current study] Male Hematochezia Intussusception 5 months Ileocecal angle in the mesenteric border 40 Mucosectomy Mesenteric side 217 None