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Table 1 Literature review of pediatric intramuscular hydatid cysts

From: Unusual intramuscular locations as a first presentation of hydatid cyst disease in children: a report of two cases

Author Age• Sex Location Presenting symptom Isolated vs. Multiple Uniloculated vs. Multiloculated.
Tekin et al [7] 10 Female Thigh M Painless mass Isolated NA
6 Female Thigh M Painless mass Isolated NA
Ghoroobi et al [15] 5 Male Left Posterior distal thigh Painless swelling Isolated Uniloculated
Atalar et al [8] 4 Female Left Vastus Medialis M Painless mass Isolated Uniloculated
Erol et al [21] 11 Male Right Medical Gastroc. M Painless mass Isolated Uniloculated
Dudkiewez et al [22] 14 Male Right Vastus Medialis M Painless mass Multiple NA
Duygulu et al [20] 8 Female Left Sartorius M Painless mass Isolated Multiloculated
Landolsi et al [24] 8 Male Left semitendinosus M Painless mass Isolated Multiloculated
Kerimoglu et al [18] 8 Female Left flexor halluces longus M Painful swelling Isolated Multiloculated
Cankorkmaz et al [23] 4 Female Between left adductor M and iliopsoas M Painless mass Isolated Uniloculated
  1. M Muscle, Gastroc. Gastrocnemius, NA not available
  2. •: Years