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Table 2 Preoperation diagnosis and surgical information

From: Clinicopathological characteristics of unicentric retroperitoneal Castleman’s disease: a study of 14 cases

Patient (n) Preoperation diagnosis Greatest diameter of lesion (cm) Operation time (min) Blood loss (ml) Surgical approach Transfer to ICU Postoperation hospital stay (days)
1 Occupation of pancreas 6 87 100 O-TA N 9
2 Occupation of hepatic caudate lobe 6 105 150 O-TA N 10
3 Occupation of right adrenal 6 127 100 L-RA N 6
4 Ectopic pheochromocytoma 3 135 100 L-RA N 7
5 Retroperitoneal tumor 3 134 100 O-TA N 9
6 Occupation of pancreas 4.2 72 150 O-TA N 10
7 Retroperitoneal tumor 5.5 80 50 O-RA N 8
8 Retroperitoneal tumor 5.5 125 100 O-TA N 9
9 Retroperitoneal tumor 6 121 100 O-TA N 6
10 Occupation of pancreas 7.5 472 200 L-TA N 24
11 Occupation of right adrenal 7.5 159 500 O-TA Y 9
12 Retroperitoneal tumor 5.5 107 100 O-TA N 6
13 Retroperitoneal tumor 5 116 200 O-TA Y 7
14 Retroperitoneal tumor 4 80 50 O-TA N 9
  1. O-TA open transperitoneal approach, O-RA open retroperitoneal approach, L-TA laparoscopic transperitoneal approach, L-RA laparoscopic retroperitoneal approach, N no, Y yes, d day, ICU intensive care unit