Table 1: Summary of clinical findings of reported cases of coexistent FLC and classical HCC.

AuthorAge (years)SexClinical presentationTumor size and lobeLiver enzymesAFPCEAHBV antigen titersNon- neoplastic liverOther findingsType of tumor

Okada et al. [8]56MReferral1.9 cm left and 1.8 cm caudateElevatedElevatedWNLNegativeCirrhosisLeukopeniaSynchronous FLC and HCC
Singh and Ramakrishna [9]14MAbdominal pain10 cm right and 8 cm rightElevatedWNLWNLNegativeNone presentNoneSynchronous FLC and HCC
Seitz et al. [5]27FEpigastric pain16 cm rightElevatedWNLNANegativeNone presentNoneMixed FLC and HCC
Reuland et al. [6]39FIncidental findingNAWNLWNLWNLNANone presentLeukocytosis and elevated ESRMixed FLC and HCC
Okano et al. [7]52MIncidental finding3.5 cm leftWNLElevatedWNLNegativeNone presentNoneMixed FLC and HCC
Castro-Villabón et al. (present case)37FAbdominal distension and epigastric mass13 cm leftElevatedWNLWNLNegativeNone presentNoneMixed FLC and HCC

AFP: a-fetoprotein; CEA: carcinoembryonic antigen; HBV: hepatitis B virus; ESR: erythrocyte sedimentation rate; WNL: within normal limits; NA: not available.