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Table 1 Main data of the patients affected by cecum diverticulum during the period of study

From: Intraoperative diagnosis of solitary cecal diverticulum not requiring surgery: is appendectomy indicated?

# N. (N) Duration of symptoms Diagnosis Management Findings Histopathology Hosp days Compl.
Age/Sex
1 AC. (I) 2 days IO Ileo-cecectomy Cecal mass- anterior + perf. SCD 10 Urinary retention
39/M
2 AH. (E) 2 days IO Ileo-cecectomy Cecal mass- medial above ICJ SCD 7 Wound infection
24/M
3 LN. (SL) 3 days IO Ileo-cecectomy Cecal mass- medial above ICJ + perf. SCD 4 None
19/M
4 AM. (E) 5 days + h/o Appendectomy CT scan Abdomen Conservative CD + localized perforation NA 5 None
40/M
5 MS. (Q) 2 days IO Ileo-cecectomy Cecal mass- lateral SCD 5 None
22/M
6 CM. (F) 2 days IOL Appendectomy Cecal mass N. App 6 None
36/M
7 AN. (B) 4 days IOL Appendectomy Cecal mass- anterior N. App 3 None
29/M
8 FT. (B) 1 day IOL Appendectomy Cecal mass- anterior N. App 2 None
27/F
9 MK. (S) 2 days IOL Appendectomy Cecal mass- lateral N. App 2 None
31/M
10 JH. (F) 3 days IOL Appendectomy Cecal mass- anterior N. App 3 None
37/M
  1. N nationality, I Indian, E Egyptian, SL Sri Lankan, Q Qatari, F Filipino, B Bangaladeshi, S Syrian, IO intraoperative, IOL intraoperative laparoscopy, ICJ: ileocecal junction, SCD solitary cecum diverticulum, NA not available, N. App normal appendix