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Table 1 Cases of primary bone pseudomyogenic hemangioendothelioma

From: Pseudomyogenic hemangioendothelioma of bone treated with denosumab: a case report

Case Author Year Age Sex Location Laterality Comments
1 Hornick 2011 35 Male Finger Solitary  
2 Sheng 2012 10 Female Lower extremety, multiple One-sided  
3 McGinity 2013 25 Male T4 spine Solitary  
4 Bryanton 2015 59 Male Multiple Both  
5 Righi 2015 66 Female Lower extremety, multiple One-sided Curettage
6 Shah 2015 86 Male Lower extremety, multiple One-sided Pulmonary mets
7 Joseph 2015 45 Male Illum Solitary  
8 Inyang-1 2016 59 Male Multiple Both Complete metabolic resolution
9 Inyang-2 2016 19 Male Lower extremety, multiple One-sided  
10 Inyang-3 2016 47 Male Lower extremety, multiple One-sided  
11 Inyang-4 2016 14 Male Upper extremety, multiple One-sided  
12 Inyang-5 2016 74 Male Trunk, multiple One-sided Spinal metastasis
13 Inyang-6 2016 20 Male Femur, multiple One-sided  
14 Inyang-7 2016 66 Male Trunk, multiple Both  
15 Inyang-8 2016 12 Male Lower extremety, multiple One-sided  
16 Inyang-9 2016 26 Male Multiple Both Brain metastasis
17 Inyang-10 2016 5 Female Hip and pelvis, multiple One-sided  
18 Krebs 2017 33 Male Lower extremety, multiple One-sided  
19 Ozeki 2017 15 Male Lower extremety, multiple One-sided Treated with everolimus. Spinal metastases
20 Present   20 Female Lower extremety, multiple One-sided