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Table 1 Clinical data from previous cases and the current case of lymphangioma of the urinary bladder

From: Cavernous lymphangioma of the urinary bladder in an adult woman: an additional case report of a rare lesion and literature review

Case no./references Age (years) Sex Clinical presentations Cystoscopy features Size (mm) Location Surgical approaches Follow-up (months)
1/[3] Child NA Painless macroscopic hematuria NA 100 Lateral wall, unknown side Partial cystectomy NA
2/[4] 49 M Irritative voiding symptoms A non-papillary tumor with a smooth surface NA Between the two orifices within the trigone Transurethral resection Symptoms improved, 3
3/[5] 8 F Terminal hematuria associated with intermitted fever over 1 week A small red tumor bulging into the bladder cavity 5 Right lateral wall Partial cystectomy NED, 36
4/[6] 27 F Painless gross hematuria for 6 months with occasional suprapubic pain A mobile and solid mass covered by a normal mucosa 38 Dome Robotic partial cystectomy NED, 6
5/[7] 40 F Alternative microscopic hematuria for 3 months A flat highlighted strawberry-like lesion 4 Right lateral wall Holmium laser ablation NED, 24
6/current case 40 F Painless gross hematuria for 6 months A red, non-papillary tumor with a smooth surface, bulging into the cavity 38 Dome Partial cystectomy NED, 6
  1. F female; M male; NA not available; NED no evidence of disease