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Table 1 Clinicopathological features of the primary myelolipomas in thorax

From: A bilateral neoplasm in chest: a case report and literature review

Case Age (years) Sex Location Number Tumor size (cm) Treatment Follow up Author
1 68 M Right posterior mediastinum Single Not determined VATS Alive Ema T [7]
2 56 M Posterior mediastinum Single 25*15 Thoracotomy Alive Vaziri M [8]
3 65 F Bilateral of mediastinum Mutiple φ4.5/φ6.5 Thoracotomy Alive Franiel T [9]
4 55 M Posterior mediastinum Single φ4 VATS Alive Koizumi J [10]
5 53 F Pleura Single Not determined Thoracotomy Alive Spanta R [11]
6 50 M Bilateral of mediastinum Mutiple Not determined Thoracotomy Alive Krismann M [12]
7 71 F Right anterior mediasinum Single 6*5.5*5.5 Thoracotomy Dead Krag D [13]
8 68 F Bilateral of mediastinum Multiple 3.1*10/2.5*9 Thoracotomy Alive Geng C [14]
9 46 M Right anterior mediastinum Single φ4.5 Thoracotomy Alive Mohan K [15]
10 57 F Right low lobe Single 13*10*2.5 VATS Alive Huang W [16]
11 53 M Left upper lobe Single 2.3*1.2*1.0 Thoracotomy Alive Huang WT [17]
12 63 M Chest wall Single 2.0*1.5*1.2 VATS Alive Sagan D [18]
13 70 M Left low lobe Single 2 Chemotherapy Dead Sato K [19]
14 45 M Left upper lobe Single φ1.5 Thoracotomy Alive Lu X [20]
15 54 M Pulmonary Single Not determined Thoracotomy Alive Sabate CJ [21]
16 52 M Pulmonary Single Not determined Thoracotomy Dead Zunarelli E [22]