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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of patients with Stauffer syndrome variant with cholestatic jaundice due to RCC

From: Stauffer syndrome, clinical implications and knowledge gaps, does size matter? Case report

Clinical studies n Age (Years) Laterality Tumor size (cm) AST ALT ALP INR Bilirrubin Treatment Histology
Chavarriaga et al. (2020) n = 1 53 Right 3 418 695 337 1 19.91 RLN RCCcc
Dewana et al. (2019) [7] n = 1 32 Right 19 74 30 253 3.2 9.25 ORN SCS
Gremida et al. (2017) [14] n = 1 55 Left 2.5 29 34 327 1.6 20.9 RLN RCCcc
Puga et al. (2015) [15] n = 1 69 Right 6.2 57 50 367 1.2 22.9 RLNU pRCC
Fernandez et al. (2012) [16] n = 1 70 Left NR 672 397 222 2.04 10.3 RLN NR
Tomadini et al. (2010) [17] n = 1 51 Left 4 N N 7860 N 13.6 ORN RCCcc
Mazokopakis et al. (2007) [18] n = 1 50 Left > 7 227 260 187 2.9 2.1 ORN RCC
Morla et al. (2006) [6] n = 1 39 Left 4 146 24 219 1.12 16.8 ORN RCCcc
Giannakos et al. (2005) [19] n = 1 73 Right 3 240 123 287 NR 38.1 ORN RCCcc
Dourakis et al. (1997) [8] n = 1 65 Right 2.5 158 426 163 NR 6.2 ORN RCCcc
Dourakis et al. (1997) [8] n = 1 48 Right > 10 132 334 193 NR 2.8 ORN RCCcc
  1. RCC Renal cell carcinoma, RCCcc Clear Cell, pRCC Papillary, SCS Synovial Cell Sarcoma, ALP Alkaline phospatase, ALT alanine aminotransferase, AST aspartate transaminase, RLN Radical laparoscopic Npehrectomy, ORN Open Radical Nephrectomy, NR Not reported, INR international normalized ratio of prothrombin time of blood coagulation, N Normal