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Table 1 Clinical and radiologic characteristics of pituicytomas

From: Histologic, immunohistochemical, and molecular features of pituicytomas and atypical pituicytomas

Patient Gender Age at diagnosis (years) Visual Symptoms Hormonal Symptoms Incidental finding Size on imaging (cm) Sellar Supra-sellar % of tumor resected Follow-up (years) Progression/Recurrence Panhypopit-uitarism/DI Deceased
1 M 47 N Y N 3.1 (MRI) Y Y 95% 8.4 N Y N
2 F 41 Y Y N 1.9 (MRI) Y Y 1.2 N Y N
3 M 64 Y N N 3.5 (MRI) Y Y 70% 3.8 N Y N
4 M 49 N Y N 1.0 (MRI) N Y 30% 2.8 N Y N
5 F 30 Y N N 1.7 (MRI) Y Y GTR 1.5 N Y N
6 F 48 N N Y 1.6 (MRI) N Y GTR 1.4 N Y N
7 M 76 N N Y 1.6 (MRI) N Y GTR 0.5 N Y N
8 F 30 Y Y N 1.8 (MRI) Y Y GTR
9 M 62 N N Y 1.3 (MRI) Y Y 50% N/A N/A N/A Y
10a F 59 Y N N 2.0 (MRI) Y Y 60% 10.1 Y Y Y
11a M 77 Y Y N 2.7 (CT) Y Y 85% 3.8 N Y N
  1:2: 1 (M:F) 53.0 ± 16.2 54.6% 45.5% 27.3% 2.04 ± 0.8 72.7% 100% 79.0% ± 25.3% 3.7 ± 3.3 90% 100% 20.0%
  1. Values are presented as percentages or mean ± standard deviation. Abbreviations:; CT computerized tomography, DI diabetes insipidus, F female, GTR gross total resection, M male, MRI magnetic resonance imaging, N no, N/A not applicable, Y yes; --- data not available
  2. aAtypical pituicytoma