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Table 1 Summery of reported IPMN with complication of intraductal bleeding according to English literatures

From: Intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm complicated with intraductal bleeding in a young woman mimicked a cystic solid pseudo-papillary tumor: a case report

  Sex Age Site Size (cm) symptom Tumor makers /Amylase CT and /or MR calcification Volume of Bleeding Main duct dilation Subtype Degree of dysplasia
Yamada et al. [1] M 65 Head N.D. Abdominal pain Normal/Normal CT none little no BD IPMA
M 60 Tail N.D. Abdominal pain Normal/Normal CT and MR none little yes BD IPMA
F 73 Head N.D. none CEA elevated/Normal CT and MR none little no BD IPMC
F 77 Body-Tail N.D. none Normal/Amylase elevated CT and MR none little yes MD IPMA
M 71 Head-Tail N.D. none CA19-9elevated/Normal CT and MR none little yes MD Invasive IPMN high-grade dysplasia
Tokue H [2]. F 74 Head 5.5 Abdominal pain Normal/Normal CT none Massive in abdominal cavity no BD Low-grade dysplasia
Present case F 29 Head 5.7 Abdominal pain Normal/Normal CT and MR Spotted Filled no BD Mild dysplasia
  1. N.D. not detailed, BD branch-duct, MT mixed-type, MD main-duct, IPMA intraductal papillary mucinous adenoma, IPMC intraductal papillary mucinous carcinoma