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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of adult ACL patients

From: Characteristics of adult abdominal cystic Lymphangioma: a single-center Chinese cohort of 12 cases

Case No. Age Location a Symptom b Physical sign Evaluations c Size/cm
1 40–49 PO Absent Absent CT + MRI 11.6*7.6
2 40–49 PO Absent Absent US+CT + MRI 14.1*11.0
3 40–49 Left R Absent Absent CT 12.0*10.0
4 20–29 HL AP Absent CT 4.5*4.2
5 10–19 M D + F Mass via abdomen US 20.0*19.8
6 20–29 Left R AP Mass via vagina US+MRI 12.0*7.8
7 60–69 Right R D Mass via abdomen US+CT 15.3*13.4
8 20–29 Right R Absent Absent US+CT 15.1*6.5
9 20–29 M Absent Absent US+CT 23.4*16.7
10 30–39 S Absent Absent US+CT 10.1*5.1
11 70–79 Left R AP Absent CT 11.1*6.7
12 40–49 Left R AP + F Absent US+CT + MRI 10.8*6.0
  1. ACL: abdominal cystic lymphangioma;
  2. a. PO: posterior cavity of omentum; R: retroperitoneum; HL: hepatoduodenal ligament; M: mesentery; S: spleen
  3. b. AP: abdominal pain; D: distention; F: fatigue
  4. c. US: ultrasound; CT: Computed tomography; MRI: Magnetic Resonance Imaging