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Table 1 Summary of the cases with gastric IgG4-RD, reported in the literature and our case

From: A rare case of IgG4-related disease: a gastric mass, associated with regional lymphadenopathy

Case № [Ref. №] Age/Gender Location in stomach Endoscopic finding Size (mm) Serum IgG4 Treat-ment Associated diseases
1 [6] 58/M Fundus and body Nodule 14 Normal Steroid AIP, IgG4-related sialadenitis
2 [7] 74/M Body Multiple polyps   Increased NA AIP
3 [8] 75/F Body Polyp 56 Normal WR None
4 [9] 45/F Fundus Nodule 15 Normal WR Raynoud’s disease
5 [9] 60/M Antrum Multiple nodules Up to 22 NA DG Autoimmune polyendocrinopathy
6 [10] 56/M Body Nodule 8 NA ESR Type 2 diabetes
7 [11] 59/F Midbody Mass 33 NA WR None
8 [11] 54/F NA Mass 21 Normal WR None
9 [3] 48/F Midbody Mass 36 NA WR None
10 [12] 55/F Body Nodule 20 Normal ESR Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, possible primary biliary cirrhosis
11 [13] 68/M Antrum Wall thickening 40 Increased DG IgG4-RD in lungs, skin and lymph nodes
12 [present case] 62/F Antrum Mass 80/30 Increased DG Henoch-Schonlein purpura, IgG4-RD in lymph nodes
  1. M male, F female, NA not available, WR wedge resection, DG distal gastrectomy, ESR endoscopic submucosal resection, AIP autoimmune pancreatitis