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Table 1 Demographic, radiological, and pathological data of 20 cases of left-sided pancreatic incidentalomas treated with laparoscopic approach

From: Left-sided pancreatic incidentalomas treated with laparoscopic approach: a report of 20 cases

No. Age Sex BMI ASA score Imaging Location Size (cm) Histology
1 69 F 21.4 2 CT-MRI Body 4.5 SCN
2 39 F 22.9 1 US-CT Body-tail 9.0 SPPN
3 62 M 25.7 1 CT Tail 1.5 NET
4 65 M 23.7 2 CT-MRI Body 3.5 IPMN
5 55 F 23.9 2 CT-MRI Body-tail 4.5 MCN
6 75 F 26.1 3 CT Tail 3.8 ACC
7 72 M 32.6 2 CT Body 5.4 DAC + UC
8 72 F 23.7 2 US-CT Body 4.5 DAC
9 71 F 25.8 2 CT-EUS Body 3.7 ACC
10 61 F 24.8 2 CT-MRI Tail 3.5 SCN
11 26 F 24.2 1 US-CT-MRI Tail 9.5 SPPN
12 72 F 31.4 3 CT-MRI Tail 2.4 IPMN + DAC
13 76 F 24.7 2 CT-EUS Body 1.6 DAC
14 49 F 22.3 1 CT-EUS Tail 2.5 NET
15 78 F 27.3 3 US-CT-MRI Body-tail 6.2 MCN
16 52 M 27.8 2 CT Tail 5.3 CNET
17 75 M 24.7 3 CT-EUS Body 2.5 DAC
18 67 F 26.3 2 US-CT Tail 1.8 NET
19 65 M 24.8 2 CT-EUS Tail 3.0 DAC
20 67 F 21.5 2 CT-MRI Body 4.5 CNET
  1. BMI body mass index, ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists, US ultrasonography, CT computed tomography, MRI magnetic resonance imaging, EUS endoscopic ultrasound, SCN serous cystic neoplasm, MCN mucinous cystic neoplasm, SPPN solid pseudopapillary neoplasm, IPMN intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm, NET neuroendocrine tumor, CNET cystic neuroendocrine tumor, ACC acinar cell carcinoma, DAC ductal adenocarcinoma, UC undifferentiated carcinoma LDP