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Table 1 Characteristics, physical conditions, treatments, and outcomes of patients with pheochromocytoma multisystem crisis

From: Pheochromocytoma multisystem crisis treated with emergency surgery: a case report and literature review

Sex Age (years) S/DBP (mmHg) BT (°C) Size (cm) Ad NAd Dopa Operation (days)b Outcome Year [Ref]
(Times of upper limit)
F 53 210/110 40 6.3 101.1 103.5 Not performed Died 1988 [2]
F 62 285/140 40.5 10 96.0 14.8 Emergency Survived 1988 [22]
F 50 200/90 40 7 43.3 23.4 7 Survived 1988 [2]
F 65 120/80 39.5 4 >21 Survived 1993 [10]
M 31 164/40 41.0 10a 6.7a 1.3a 36 Survived 1997 [11]
F 50 160/100 41.5 Not performed Died 2002 [12]
F 41 190/130 41.0 Survived 2006 [9]
F 26 160/110 4.5 Not performed Died 2008 [6]
M 39 240/140 5.5 41.0 49.6 Emergency Survived 2008 [6]
F 52 300/200 39.9 10 Not performed Died 2010 [13]
F 52 162/104 35.8 103.5 53.9 53.1 Survived 2010 [5]
M 27 160/120 5 Not performed Died 2012 [14]
M 70 210/146 40.1 5 1047.5 61.5 103.5 5 Survived Present
  1. M male, F female, S/DBP systolic/diastolic blood pressure, BT body temperature, Ad adrenalin, NAd noradrenalin, Dopa dopamine, Ref reference number
  2. a24 h urine correction
  3. bOperation day following admission