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Table 3 Comparative results of different study of recurrence CE

From: Recurrence of cystic echinococcosis in an endemic area: a retrospective study

Reference Type study/period Country Number of patients of CE n Localitation Number of patients with recurrence CE (%) Treatment with antihelminths first episode Morbidity (%) Mortality (%) Median Time of follow-up (months) Interval for recurrences (months) Risk Factor for recurrences
Saidi 1978 Retrospective 1963–1973 Iran 106 159 liver 118 lung 67 others 11.3 ND ND 8.3 6–36 21.5 ± 14.8 Local spillage
Kapan 2006 Retrospective 1998–2003 Turkey 172 172 liver 4.65 Albendazol pre and postoperatively 5.8 0.58 60.5 23.4 ± 5.3 Multiple cysts
Little 1988 Retrospective 1980–1986 Australia 39 39 liver 22 No 7.6 0 0–60 30 Rupture hydatid cyst
Gollackner 2000 Retrospective 1949–1995 Austria 74 69 liver 3 spleen 2 others 15 50% patients albendazol/mebendazol pre and postoperative 25.0 2.7 93.6 (24–564) 3–240 ND
El Malki 2010 Retrospective 1990–2004 Morocco 672 672 liver 8.5 No ND ND 24 (10–48) 75 (40–119) Liver hepatic cyst >3 cyst
Prousalidis 2012 Retrospective 1970–2003 Greece 584 436 liver 101 lung 21 peritoneum 12 spleen 13 others 8.7 Albendazol preoperatively and postoperatively 27 ND 58 (48–204) 6–204 Spillage of hydatid cyst missing the cysts pre-intraoperatively incomplete pericystectomy
Bedioui 2012 Retrospective 1996–2006 Tunis 391 391 liver 12 ND ND ND 51.6 50 Rural origin cyst > 7 cm unilocular cysts
Akyildiz 2009 Retrospective 1988–2006 Turkey 412 412 liver 9.2 ND ND ND 69.6 (12–180) 24–120 ND
Atmatzidis 2005 Retrospective 1982–2001 Greece 109 97 liver 12 others 36 ND 22 2.7 144 84 Chirurgical technique
Meimarakis 2009 Retrospective 1982–2004 Germany 10 10 spleen 0 Albendazol/mebendazol 40 0 105.6 0 ND
Chautems 2005 Retrospective 1980–1999 Swiss 84 84 liver 0 15% Albendazole postoperative 37 0 103.2 0 ND
  1. ND no data