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Table 1 Clinical features of children with lymphatic malformations

From: A somatic mutation in PIK3CD unravels a novel candidate gene for lymphatic malformation

Patient ID Age at surgery Sex Family history Pathology MRI report Diagnose
740472 9 mo Male Normal Lymphatic malformation with intrathecal haemorrhage A 7.8*3.0*7.4 cm mass is seen in the right neck and occiput, long T1 and T2 signals Macrocystic lymphatic malformation
739889 2 mo Male Normal Lymphatic malformation with intrathecal haemorrhage A 3.7*6.5*6.3 cm mass is seen in the left neck, long T1 and T2 signals, involving left parapharyngeal and retropharyngeal spaces and causing airway obstruction Macrocystic lymphatic malformation
740368 25 mo Male Normal Lymphatic malformation Giant and long T1 and T2 signals in the left neck, involving bilateral parapharyngeal spaces, retropharyngeal space, prevertebral space and causing airway obstruction Microcystic lymphatic malformation
768423 91 mo Male Normal Lymphatic malformation with intrathecal haemorrhage A 6*2*4 cm mass is seen in the right neck, short T1 and T2 signals Microcystic lymphatic malformation
754665 32 mo Female Normal Lymphatic malformation with intrathecal haemorrhage A 4.8*1.8*4.0 cm mass is seen in the right neck, slightly short T1 and T2 signals Mixed-cystic lymphatic malformation
764800 18 mo Male Normal Lymphatic malformation A 7.5*1.5*4.4 cm mass is seen in the left neck, long T1 and T2 signals, involving retropharyngeal space and causing airway obstruction Mixed-cystic lymphatic malformation