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Table 1 Collection of non-pulmonary specimens from patients with Gorham-Stout disease or generalized lymphatic anomaly

From: Pulmonary and pleural lymphatic endothelial cells from pediatric, but not adult, patients with Gorham-Stout disease and generalized lymphatic anomaly, show a high proliferation rate

Subject Original diagnosis (GSD a, GLA b) Tissue Gender (M/F) Age (yrs.)c
1 GSD Connective tissue M 48
2 GSD Connective tissue F 6
3 GSD Leg F 56
4 GSD Bone marrow F 34
5 GSD Frontal bone, spleen F 5
6 GSD Cervical bone M 5
7 GSD Adipose tissue M unknown
8 GSD Bone, connective tissue M 16
9 GSD Skin F 8
10 GSD Soft tissue unknown unknown
11 GSD Skin, soft tissue M unknown
12 GSD Skin M 15
13 GSD Bone F 14
14 GSD Bone, soft tissue F 10
15 GSD Skin M 4
16 GLA Bone marrow F 4
17 GLA Bone, crista M 3
18 GSD Bone, soft tissue M 0.5
  1. aGorham-Stout disease
  2. bGeneralized lymphatic anomaly
  3. cAge at diagnosis