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Table 1 Series in the literature describing ICPNs

From: Intracholecystic papillary-tubular neoplasm in a patient with choledochal cyst: a link between choledochal cyst and gallbladder cancer?

Author No Patients Size Invasive Subtype T stagea Survival
Noninvasive Invasive
Adsay et al. [5] 2012 123 F/M: 2/1
Mean age: 61 years
2.6 cm 44.7 % Biliary: 50 %
Gastric: 36 %
Intestinal: 10.8 %
Oncocytic: 8.6 %
T1: 32 %
T2: 47 %
T3: 21 %
1 year: 90 %
3 years: 90 %
5 years: 58 %
1 year: 69 %
3 years: 60 %
5 years: 60 %
Isozaki et al. [8] 2014 23 F/M: 9/14
Mean age: 69 years
2.8 cm 39.1 % Biliary: 56.5 %
Gastric: 34.7 %
Intestinal: 8.7 %
T1: 36 %
T2: 50 %
T3: 14 %
3 years: 91 %
5 years: 67 %
Bennet et al. [9] 2015 7 F/M: 6/1
Mean age: 68 years
6.2 cm 42.9 % Biliary: 71.4 %
Gastric: 14.2 %
Intestinal: 14.2 %
T1: 25 %
T2: 25 %
T3: 50 %
3 years: 71 %
5 years: 58 %
  1. aApplies only to invasive disease
  2. ICPNs intracholecystic papillary neoplasms