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Table 1 Data of the published literatures regarding splenic rupture secondary to splenic angiosarcoma

From: Spontaneous rupture of primary splenic angiosarcoma: a case report and literature review

Gender Age Clinical manifestations Laboratory result Early metastasis Treatment Prognosis Reference
Female 45 Left upper abdominal pain and mass, shock Anemia, thrombocytopenia Early multiple metastases Splenectomy and chemotherapy Died 4 months after surgery [6]
Female 79 None Anemia No Splenectomy Discharged on the 10th postoperative day [7]
Female 17 Shock, left upper abdominal pain and mass Anemia, thrombocytopenia No Splenectomy Disease-free of 16 months [8]
Female 45 Left upper abdominal pain Thrombocytopenia Liver metastases after 3 months Splenectomy and chemotherapy Died 7 months after surgery [9]
Male 57 Upper abdominal pain, shock Anemia, thrombocytopenia Early liver metastases Splenectomy Died 1 day after surgery [10]
Female 64 Fatigue, upper abdominal pain Thrombocytopenia Early bone metastases Splenectomy and chemotherapy Died 4 months after surgery [11]
Male 76 Upper abdominal pain, shock Anemia, thrombocytopenia Peritoneal and liver metastases after 4 weeks Splenectomy Died 6 weeks after splenectomy [12]
Female 37 Left upper abdominal pain Anemia Liver metastases Splenectomy and chemotherapy Died 6 months after surgery [13]
Male 53 Upper abdominal pain, shock Anemia, thrombocytopenia Early liver metastases Splenectomy Died 7 months after surgery [14]
Female 35 Upper abdominal pain, shock None Early liver metastases Splenectomy Died 4 day after surgery [15]
Female 80 and over Shock Anemia   Splenectomy   [16]
Female Middle age    Early liver metastases Splenectomy   [17]