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Table 1 Pediatric patients (below 16 year) with primary penile neurofibroma

From: Primary solitary neurofibroma of penis in a child: case report and review

Case Author (Year) Age Features of NF 1 NF subtype Surgical management Follow up (period)
1 Haines and Garvey (1950) Neo Yes Plexiform Total excision Improved (1 year)
2 Witus et al. (1958) 27 months Yes Plexiform Partial excision Improved?
3 Dehner et al. (1970) Neo Yes Unclassified Total excision Improved (1 year)
4 Fethiere et al. (1974) Neo Cranial nerve palsies, cervical syrinx and ependymoma, flaccid right hand, quadriplegia Plexiform Partial excision Improved, demise with other tumors, ? NF-2
5 Elliott et al. (1981) 7 years No Solitary Partial excision Improved (18 months)
6 Dwosh et al. (1984) 8 years Yes Plexiform Total excision Improved (6 months)
7 Thompson PD et al. (1992) 4 years Yes Unclassified Total excision Improved (5 years)
8 Mathew R et al. (1996) 2 years No Plexiform Partial penectomy Improved ?
9 Rodo J et al (1999) 3 years No Plexiform Partial excision Improved (1 year)
10 Kousseff et al. (1999) 27 months Yes Plexiform Partial excision Recurred after 2 months, partial penectomy, improved thereafter (6 years)
11 Littlejohn et al. (2000) 9 years Yes Plexiform Partial excision Improved (1 year)
12 Madak H et al. (2007) 5 years No Plexiform Total excision Improved (13 months)
13 Ballouhey Q et al. (2013) 13 years No Solitary Total excision Improved (8 months)
14 Douglas et al. (2014) 8 years Facial nerve involvement Plexiform Total excision Improved, periodic follow up
15 Sridutt et al. (2017) 12 years No Solitary Total excision Improved ?
16 Collins NC et al. (2018) 11 years No Plexiform Total excision Improved (1 year)
17 Banthia R et al. (2020) 7 years Yes Plexiform Total excision Improved (6 month)