Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Summary of reported cases of gallbladder paraganglioma

Reference Case no. Age (yr)/sex Clinical finding Imaging study Size (cm) Treatment
Miller et al. (1972) [1] 1 67/M Recurrent hematemesis/tumor bleeding & cholecystoduodenal fistula Duodenal ulcer next to the scarred duodenal bulb 3 Cholecystectomy
Wolff (1973) [2] 2 32/F Cholelithiasis/ chronic cholecystitis NM NM Cholecystectomy
Wolff (1973) [2] 3 52/F Cholelithiasis/ chronic cholecystitis NM NM Cholecystectomy
Wolff (1973) [2] 4 59/F Cholelithiasis/ chronic cholecystitis NM NM Cholecystectomy
Hirano (2000) [3] 5 58/F Right hypochondrial pain Lesion in the neck of the gallbladder 1.3 × 0.9 Cholecystectomy
Cho et al. (2001) [4] 6 45/F Right upper quadrant pain/tumor bleeding with chronic cholecystitis Fundal mass with diffusely thickened wall NM Cholecystectomy
Mehra and Chung-Park (2005) [5] 7 36/M None/chronic cholecystitis Normal imaging 1.5 Cholecystectomy
Rodríguez-Merchán et al. (2006) [6] 8 50/F Right upper quadrant pain/cholelithiasis Intra- and extrahepatic biliary dilatation 1.0 Cholecystectomy
Ece et al. (2014) [7] 9 57/F Right upper quadrant pain Hypoechoic solid mass at the neck of the gallbladder 1.8 Cholecystectomy
AlMarzooqi et al. (2018) [8] 10 NM Right upper quadrant pain Early cholecystitis 0.25 Cholecystectomy
Abdul Sater et al. (2019) [9] 11 36/M Mild hypertension, tinnitus, bilateral carotid masses T2 hyperintense lesion with arterial enhancement 2.2 Cholecystectomy
D'John and Jabbar (2020) [10] 12 63/F Recurrent biliary colic exacerbation Mildly dilated gallbladder < 1.0 Cholecystectomy
Present case 13 48/F Intermittent abdominal pain Hemorrhage onthe gallbladder body and fundus 1.6 Cholecystectomy

M, male; F, female; NM, not mentioned.

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