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Table 1 Literature review of nine reported cases of IUTMH [17]

From: Isolated unilateral temporalis muscle hypertrophy in a child: a case report with literature review

Authors & year Patient Demographics Race Presentation Site Onset in Months Treatment
Years Sex
Wilson & Brown et al. 1990 [9] 43 F Caucasian Painless swelling Rt 11 Supportive
Serrat et al. 1998 [6] 15 F NR Swelling, temporalis muscle contraction, limitation of mouth opening Lt 12 Symptomatic
Isaac et al. 2000 [16] 35 M Caucasian Painless swelling Lt 8 BtA
Lowry & Helling et al. 2003 [15] 45 M African American Swelling, recurrent headaches Lt 12 Symptomatic
Prantl et al. 2005 [18] 48 F NR Painless swelling Rt 12 Surgery
Prantl et al. 2005 [18] 57 Fa NR Swelling, temporalis muscle contraction, headache Rt NR BtA
Rokadiya & Malden et al. 2006 [19] 33 F Caucasian Painful swelling, headache Lt 3 Amitriptyline,splint
Vordenbäumen et al. 2009 [7] 22 F Caucasian Painful swelling, recurrent headaches Rt 6 Acetaminophen
Bonnie et al. 2013 [17] 17 M Caucasian Painful swelling, recurrent headaches Rt 6 BtA
Katsetos et al. 2014 [13] 65 M NR Painful swelling Lt 8 BtA
Present study 7 F Caucasian Painless swelling Rt 2 Symptomatic
  1. This table summarizes the all-previous cases of IUTMH reported in English literature up to date
  2. Rt right, Lt Left, M Male, F Female, BtA Botulinum toxin type A administration
  3. NR Not reported
  4. aSame patient reported in 2005 presented 9 years later with a relapse