Contrast Media & Molecular Imaging / 2018 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Is SUVmax Helpful in the Differential Diagnosis of Enlarged Mediastinal Lymph Nodes? A Pilot Study

Table 1

Patient characteristic of 94 patients.

VariableNo.

Age
 Range7–85 y
 Median50 y
Sex
 Male62
 Female32
Follow-up time (d)
 Range43–1100
 Median462

Pathologic diagnosisNo. patientsAge (y) (range/median)Male/female

Benign pathology4218–85/5221/21
 Sarcoidosis1628–57/506/10
 Tuberculosis1719–75/5010/7
 Lymphadenitis818–85/654/4
 CD1531/0
Malignant pathology527–78/4741/11
 Lymphoma257–78/3421/4
 Metastatic lymph nodes2623–71/5820/6
 AL1640/1

CD: Castleman disease; AL: acute leukemic.

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