Case Report
Copyright ©The Author(s) 2023.
World J Clin Cases. May 16, 2023; 11(14): 3362-3368
Published online May 16, 2023. doi: 10.12998/wjcc.v11.i14.3362
Table 1 Summary of reported cases of primary colorectal mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphomas treated with endoscopic resection alone
Patient No.
Age (yr)/Sex
Symptoms (duration)
Size (cm)
Endoscopic findings
Follow up period (mo)
1Lin et al[10], 201659/MPositive fecal occult blood testColon (25 cm from anal verge)2.0Polypoid lesion with wide base, slightly irregular border, and an irregular vascular pattern with mild inflammatory changesEMR36No recurrence
2Shah et al[11], 202172/MAsymptomaticMid rectum2.0Raised erythematous lesionEMR60No recurrence
3Yoon et al[12],202169/FWeight loss (3 mo)Lower rectum1.0Subepithelial tumorEMR with ligation37No recurrence
4Tao et al[13],202246/MAsymptomaticRectum (10 cm from anal verge)3.5Laterally spreading tumor-like lesionESD24No recurrence
5Li et al[14], 202271/FHematochezia (1 mo)Lower rectum6.0Hemispheric mass with rough and hyperemic mucosaEndoscopic full-thickness resection12No recurrence
6Present case68/FAsymptomaticLower rectum0.5, 0.3Two subepithelial tumors with superficial capillary bedESD12No recurrence