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Table 2 Data on clinical character and complications of PJS children

From: Clinical characteristics and STK11 gene mutations in Chinese children with Peutz-Jeghers syndrome

Case no (sex) Present age (y) FH of PJS Initial evaluation Finding at first endoscopy/ surgery Polyposis clinical complications
Age (y) Reason Age (y) Method Location Size-no Intussusception Surgery Anemia Bloody stool Abdominal pain PRP
1 (M) 9 No 7 MP 7 EGD, Col GD, Colon Large-2 - yes - - - -
2 (M) 9 No 5 MP, anemia 5 EGD GD Large-1 - yes 62.2 g/L - - -
3 (F) 7 No 3 MP, abdominal pain 3 Laparotomy SB Large-1 yes yes - - yes -
4 (M) 13 No 9 MP, bloody stool 9 EGD, Col GD, Colon NA yes yes - - - -
5 (M) 15 Yes 13 MP, bloody stool 13 EGD, Col GD, Colon Large-1 - - 81 g/L - - -
6 (M) 11 Yes 9 MP, abdominal pain 9 Col Colon NA yes yes - - yes -
7 (M) 7 No 7 MP, abdominal pain 7 Laparotomy SB NA yes yes 99 g/L - - -
8 (M) 15 Yes 8 FH,MP 8 Col Col Small - - - yes - -
9 (M) 17 No 8 MP, abdominal pain 8 x-ray GD, Colon unknown yes yes - - yes -
10 (M) 2 No 1 PRP 1 Col Colon Large-1 - - - - - yes
11 (M) 7 Yes 6 MP, bloody stool 6 Laparotomy Colon Large-1 - yes - yes - -
12 (M) 12 No 9 MP, abdominal pain 9 Col Colon Large-4 - yes - - yes -
13 (F) 12 No 10 MP, abdominal pain 10 CE SB Small - - - - yes -
  1. CE capsule endoscopy, EGD esophagogastroduodenoscopy, Col colonoscopy, F female, FH family history, M male, MP mucocutaneous pigmentation, NA not available, PRP prolapsed rectal polyp, SB small bowel