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Table 1 Clinicopathological findings of UC with OGCs of the pancreas originating in mucinous cystic neoplasms (MCN) and indeterminate mucin-producing cystic neoplasm

From: A male case of an undifferentiated carcinoma with osteoclast-like giant cells originating in an indeterminate mucin-producing cystic neoplasm of the pancreas. A case report and review of the literature

Case Author Year Age
(years)
Sex Location Size
(cm)
Symptom Lymph node
metastasis
Invasion to another organ Ovarian-type
stroma
Survival
1 Posen et al. [2] 1981 45 F Body 14 Abdominal pain - - ND ND
2 Aoki et al. [3] 1989 44 F Tail 15 Palpable tumor
in the abdomen
- - ND NR at 3 years
3 Bergman et al. [4] 1995 77 F Head 5 Nausea,
weight loss
- - + Lost to follow up
4 Suda et al. [6] 2001 35 F Tail 11 ND + - + NR at 14 years
5 Leighton et al. [5] 2001 40 F Body&Tail 15 Back pain,
nausea
- - ND NR at 10 months
6 Sarnaik et al. [7] 2003 25 F Tail 17 Abdominal pain - - ND NR at 22 months
7 Sedivy et al. [9] 2005 44 F Tail 12 Anemia - - + NR at 48 months
8 Nai et al. [8] 2005 69 M Head 5 Weight loss,
jaundice
- - ND Died at 1 year
9 Pan et al. [10] 2007 70 F Body&Tail 14 Anemia,
weight loss,
appetite loss
- - + NR at 4 months
10 Hirano et al. [11] 2008 26 F Body&Tail 11 Abdominal pain - - + NR at 8 months
11 Burkadze et al. [12] 2009 34 F Tail 11 Abdominal pain - - + NR at 4 years
12 Our case 2010 59 M Tail 20 Fullness in the lower abdomen + + - Died at 4 months
  1. ND, not described; NR, no recurrence