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Table 1 Reported cases of jejunal gastrinomas including location, surgical procedure, follow-up period, and outcome

From: Primary jejunal gastrinoma: a case report and review of the literature

Author, year Sex/age (years) FSG level (pg/mL) Location of jejunal gastrinoma Size (cm) Procedure Follow-up Outcome
Norton et al. 1986 M/66 5650 Around the ligament of Treitz 3 Tumor excision 6 months No recurrence
  F/35 460 Around the ligament of Treitz 0.5 Tumor excision 3 months Abnormal FSG at 3 months
Antonioli et al. 1987 F/46 730–980 5 nodules in the jejunal wall, 10 cm distal to the ligament of Treitz, with adjacent mesenteric lymph node metastasis 0.4–3 Partial resection of involved jejunum and mesentery 42 months Alive and remained eugastrinemic
Katoh et al. 1990 [6] M/25 764 A primary gastrinoma in the jejunal wall just distal to the ligament of Treitz. Two more tumors in adjacent jejunal mesentery. Multiple liver metastases NP Excision of jejunum tumors + remnant gastrectomy 10 years Alive and in stable condition
Nishiwaki et al. 1992 [7] M/63 787–1913 A primary gastrinoma in the submucosa of the jejunum. A lymph node metastasis (1.5 cm) in the jejunal mesentery 5 cm distal to the ligament of Treitz NP Partial resection of jejunum and pancreatocduodenectomy (on the suspicion of multiple primary sites) 7 months Alive and remained eugastrinemic
Wu et al. 1997 [3] M/35 460 Jejunum (distance from the ligament of Treitz not mentioned) NP Tumor resection by enucleation 134 months Elevated FSG at 2 years, local recurrence at 11 years
  1. M male, F female, FSG fasting serum gastrin, NP not provided