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Table 1 IPMNs of the pancreas associated with pancreas divisum

From: Intraductal papillary mucinous carcinoma of the pancreas associated with pancreas divisum: a case report and review of the literature

Authors [ref.] Year Patient age (years) Sex Type of pancreas divisuma Type of IPMN Tumor location Tumor location based on embryology Tumor histology Operation Clinical symptoms
Origuchi [14] 1996 82 F 1 Branch Head Dorsal Adenoma (Autopsy) Icterus (due to other disease)
Thayer [15] 2002 71 F 1 MD Head-tail Dorsal Carcinoma DorP None
Yarze [16] 2003 33 F 1 Branch Head Dorsal Adenoma PD Epigastralgia, nausea
Sakurai [17] 2004 74 M 2 Branch Head Dorsal Adenoma PPPD None
Sakate [18] 2004 34 M 1 Branch Head Ventral Adenoma PPPD Back pain, epigastralgia
Kamisawa [8] 2005 63 F 1 Branch Head Dorsal Unknown Unknown Unknown
Talbot [19] 2005 51 F 1 Branch Head Dorsal Carcinoma DorP None
Akizuki [20]c 2006 75 F 1 Branch Body, Tail Dorsal, Dorsal Adenoma CP & PR Back pain
Scatton [21] 2006 45 M 1 MD Head-tail Dorsal Adenoma DorP Episode of pancreatitis
Sterling [22] 2007 70 F 3 MD Head-tail Dorsal Carcinomab None Epigastralgia, body weight loss
Santi [23]c 2010 74 F 1 Branch Head, Tail Dorsal, Ventral Unknown None None
Ringold [24] 2010 65 F 1 MD Head-tail Dorsal Adenomab None None
Nakagawa [25]d 2013 70 F 2 Branch Head-tail Dorsal Unknown None Relapsing acute pancreatitis
Gurram [26] 2014 39 F 1 MD Head Ventral Adenoma PD Epigastralgia
Present case   74 F 1 Mixed Head Ventral Carcinoma PPPD None
  1. IPMN: intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm, atype of pancreas divisum according to Warshaw’s classification, bcytological diagnosis, ctwo tumors existed in the pancreas, dmultiple tumors existed in the pancreas, Branch: branch-duct type, MD: main-duct type, Mixed: mixed type, DorP: dorsal pancreatectomy, PD: pancreaticoduodenectomy, PPPD: pylorus-preserving pancreaticoduodenectomy, CP: central pancreatectomy, PR: partial resection