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Table 1 Comparison of the main clinical features among the reported cases with primary splenic HS, including ours

From: Primary splenic histiocytic sarcoma complicated with prolonged idiopathic thrombocytopenia and secondary bone marrow involvement: a unique surgical case presenting with splenomegaly but non-nodular lesions

Case [reference] Age Sex CC Imaging or Gross features Weight of spleen Therapy Prognosis Involvement
1 [10] 38 m Weakness multinodular 264 g S - -
2 [11] 29 m edema nodular 735 g S(R+C) 5Y1M Liver
3 [11] 60 m thrombocytopenia nodular 610 g S+C 1Y6M Liver, BM
4 [11] 66 f edema, anemia multinodlar 750 g R+S+C 2Y6M Liver, BM
5 [12] 71 f thrombocytopenia multinodlar 470 g C 6 M Hilum LN
6 [13] 82 f Evans syn, multinodular 110 g R 1 M Liver
7 [14] 58 f anemia nodular 800 g R+S+C 3 M -
Present case 67   thrombocytopenia non-nodula 760 g S 6 M BM
  1. CC chief complaint, S surgery (splenectomy), R radiation, C chemotherapy, Y year, M month, BM bone marrow, LN lymph node.