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Table 1 Cases of hepatic anisakiasis presenting as a liver tumor including the present case

From: A case of hepatic anisakiasis caused by Pseudoterranova decipiens mimicking metastatic liver cancer

Case Author Age Sex Location (surface or not) Size (mm) Contrast-enhanced CT Preoperative diagnosis Definitive diagnosis Species
1 Kagei 51 M unknown 15 None Metastatic liver tumor Operation (histopathology) Not assessed
2 Kawakami 58 M S8 (surface) 20 Low density (delayed enhancement) Metastatic liver tumor Operation (histopathology) Not assessed
3 Morita 59 F S2 (surface) 20 Low density Liver tumor Operation (histopathology) Not assessed
4 Ishida 64 M S8 (surface) 20 Low density (peripheral enhancement) Intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma Operation (histopathology) Not assessed
5 Hayashi 70 M S8 (surface) 8 Low density Metastatic liver tumor Operation (PCR) Anisakis pegreffii
6 Nogami 44 F S4 (surface) 15 Low density Metastatic liver tumor Operation (PCR) Anisakis simplex sensu stricto
7 Sekoguchi 63 M S6 (surface) 4 None None Operation (PCR) Anisakis pegreffii
8 Our case 28 M S7 (surface) 12 Low density Metastatic liver tumor Operation (PCR) Pseudoterranova decipiens sensu lato
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