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Table 1 Clinical features of published case reports of primary pleural leiomyoma

From: Primary Leiomyoma of the pleura

Case Author Gender/age Clinical manifestations Clinical course Tumor size (cm) Follow-up after operation
1 Tanaka T et al [6] F/40 Asymptomatic Complete resection 3,5 × 3,0 17 months
Alive without recurrence
2 Moran CA et al [7] F/21 Asymptomatic, large left pleural tumor involving diaphragm Too large for complete resection Multiple fragments of firm, grey tissues 4 months
Alive
3 Moran CA et al [7] F/23 Asymptomatic,
large mass arising from the right pleura
Too large for complete resection 10.0 × 9.0 × 5.5 6 months
Alive
4 Proca DM et al [1] M/32 Asymptomatic Resected 4 years after needle biopsy, when enlarged and invading the chest wall 4.3 × 7.0 12 months.
Alive without recurrence
5 Mochizuki H et al [8] M/33 Asymptomatic Complete resection with VATS 3 × 2 Unknown
6 Nose N et al [9] F/55 Asymptomatic Complete resection with VATS 1.5 × 1.5 26 months
Alive without recurrence
7 Turhan K et al [10] F/50 Chest pain Complete resection 4.0 × 4.0 53 months
Alive without recurrence
8 Rodriguez, PM [11] F/48 Chest pain Complete resection 18 × 14 × 11 18 months
Alive without recurrence
9 Our case M/45 Chest pain Complete resection 9 × 6 × 5 15 months
Alive without recurrence
  1. VATS, video-assisted thoracic surgery.