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Table 1 Cases of bronchogenic cyst associated with pericardial defect published in the English language literature

From: Bronchogenic cyst associated with pericardial defect: Case report and review of the literature

Author [ref] Year Case n.* Age/Sex Size (cm) Location Symptoms Surgical Treatment† Pericardial defect Location/Extension (cm) Other congenital anomalies
Rusby and Sellors [12] 1945 1 19, F 6 L upper lobe Chest pain Excision L, Partial none
Jones P. [13] 1955 2 9, M - L hilum Bronchitis Excision L, Partial 3 × 2 none
   3 22, M - L upper lobe Asymptomatic Lobectomy L, Partial (extensive) none
   4 21, M - R lung apex Asymptomatic Lobectomy R, Partial 4 × 2.5 none
   5 22, F - L upper lobe Asymptomatic Excision L, Partial, 2.5 × 2.5 none
   6 9, M 10 × 6 R lung apex Infections - R, Partial Double BC, vascular
Warner et al. [14] 1958 7 7 1/2, M 2 × 2 L upper lobe Asymptomatic Excision Complete Pleural defect
Hamilton LC. [15] 1961 8 10, M - L lower lobe Pneumonia Excision L, Partial Pleural defect
Mukerjee S. [16] 1964 9 24, F - L upper lobe Chest pain Excision L, Partial Pleural defect
Kwak et al. [17] 1971 10 15, F 7.5 × 5 × 3.6 L hilum Asymptomatic Excision + PDS L, Partial 2 × 2 none
Kassner et al. [18] 1975 11 2, F 6 × 6 L upper lobe Asymptomatic Excision + PDS L, Partial 2 × 2 Hip dislocation
Victor and Daniel [19] 1981 12 14, M 5 × 4 R upper lobe Dyspnea, dysphagia Excision + PDS R, Partial none
Eom et al. [20] 2007 13 18, M 8 × 7 × 4.5 L mediastinum Cough, dyspnea Excision L, Partial none
Özpolat et al. [21] 2009 14 15, M - L upper lobe Chest pain, dysphagia, dyspnea Excision L, Partial ASD, MVP, hypospadias
Present case 2010 15 32, M 10 × 10 L hilum Chest pain, cough Excision (VATS) L, Partial none
  1. ASD, atrial septal defect; BC, bronchogenic cyst; F, female; L, left; R, right; M, male; MVP, mitral valve prolapse; PDS, pericardial defect sutured; VATS, video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery.
  2. * Details of three other cases were not listed because publications were not in English language [ref. # [2325]].
  3. † Surgical approach to the cysts was accomplished in all case by left or right thoracotomy.