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Table 1 Clinicopathological features of microcystic/reticular schwannoma of the GIT

From: Microcystic/reticular schwannoma of the esophagus: the first case report and a diagnostic pitfall

Case Sex Age (y) Site Size (cm) Status of last follow-up
1 F 73 Rectum 0.9 Died at 36 mo for colon cancer
2 F 72 Stomach 2.0 ANED 24 mo
3 M 68 Cecum 0.4 ANED 24 mo
4 F 93 Jejunum 1.6 ANED 7 mo
5 M 78 Small bowel 0.8 NA
6 F 63 Stomach 1.9 ANED 60 mo
7 F 70 Sigmoid colon 0.7 NA
8 F 32 Ascending colon 1.4 NA
9 F 67 Cecum 1.0 ANED 12 mo
10 F 67 Jejunum 2.2 ANED 12 mo
11 F 89 Stomach 3.8, 1.2 ANED 13 mo
12 M 61 Sigmoid colon 0.7 ANED 24 mo
Present case M 39 Esophagus 3.5 ANED 27 mo
  1. ANED, alive with no evidence of disease; NA, not available.