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Table 1 Previously reported cases of cardiac papillary fibroelastoma

From: Papillary fibroelastoma of the aortic valve - a case report and literature review

Reference Number of patient Mean age (yr) Sex distribution Size (mm) Site Presentation Management
Grinda 'et al' 1
(1999)
04 54 3 Males 1 Female 10 1 MV
1 TV
1 AV
CVA
Aphasia
Syncope
TIA
Excision+MVR
Excision+TVR
Excision+AVRp
Excision
Saw 'et al' 14
(2001)
03 45 2 Females 6-7 1 IVS
2 MV
Stroke
Abdominal pain, VSD
Excision
Darvishian 'et al' 7
(2001)
02 50 1 Male 10-15 2 MV Dyspnea
Ataxia
Dysphasia
Mitral
Repair+ excision
Gowda 'et al' 13
(2003)
725 70 56% Males 2-70 44% AV
35% MV
32% Stroke
13% Angina
81% Excision
10% AVR
Sato 'et al' 9
(2003)
01 74 Male 9 LVOT AF
Chest discomfort
Excision
Ngaage 'et al' 12
(2005)
88 62 71% Males - 52% AV
18%- LVOT
52% -Dyspnea
32% TE
83% excision
Kumbala 'et al' 11
(2008)
01 60 Male 9 AV TIA Excision
Law' et al' 2
(2009)
01 25 Male 9 LVOT (multiple) Stroke Excision+MVRp
Bicer 'et al' 3
(2009)
01 72 Male 12 LA Stroke Excision
Parthenakis 'et al' 8
(2009)
01 29 Female 12 AV Asymptomatic Excision
Domenech 'et al' 4
(2010)
01 59 Female 11 LV Stroke Resection
  1. AV-aortic valve, IVS-interventricular septum, MV-mitral valve, CVA-cerebrovascular accident, TIA-transient ischemic attack, VSD-ventricular septal defect, AF- atrial fibrillation, LVOT-left ventricular outflow tract, LA- left atrium, LV- left ventricle, MVR-mitral valve repair, TVR-tricuspid valve repair, AVRp-aortic valve replacement, MVRp-mitral valve replacement, AVR-aortic valve repair