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Table 4 Clinical and pathological features of 8 MEN2A patients with pheochromocytoma

From: Molecular diagnosis and comprehensive treatment of multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2 in Southeastern Chinese

Patient Gender RETmutation Age at diagnosis PHEO Temporal relation of PHEO to MTC NE/E/DA (ng/L) Tumor (size, cm) Operative procedure Follow-up
F1-II4 F C634F 26 Preceding 246.0/36.3/61.5 L, 3.3 Left OPE 163
F2-II1 M C634Y 35 Concomitant 399.0/48.2/43.0 R, 2.5 Right OPE 74
F3-III7 F C634Y 36 Preceding 827.5/106.0/88.5 R, 4.0 Right OPE 71
F4-II3 M C634Y 47 Succeeding 657.0/144.2/40.0 L, 2.3 Left LPE 8
F5-II1 M C634R 34 Succeeding 1305.0/1270.3/243.6 L, 10 ; R, 3.5 heterochronous bilateral OPE 252
F5-II7 M C634R 47 Succeeding 667.7/92.5/78.3 R, 2.9 Right LPE 12
F6-III2 M C634R 21 Concomitant 69.9/12.6/10.2 L, 3.5 Left LPE 24
F7-II2 F C618R 40 Succeeding 681.2/89.4/67.0 L, 2.9 Left LPE 102
  1. Note: OPE, open PHEO excision; LPE, laparoscopic PHEO excision; NE (norepinephrine): normal, 0 ~ 600 ng/L; E (epinephrine): normal, 0 ~ 100 ng/L; DA(dopamine): normal, 0 ~ 100 ng/L.