TABLE 1.

Clinical Features of Published Cases of SGATs

CaseReferenceAgeGenderClinical PresentationSizeProcedureOutcome
1*11 dMaleNasal congestion, feeding difficulty1.5 × 1.5 × 1.5 cmExpelled during nasal cannulationNED at 20 mo
24NewbornMaleRespiratory and feeding difficulty4 × 3 × 2 cmTranspalatal excisionNED at 5 y
31,28 dMaleRespiratory distress3 × 2 cmSimple excisionNED at 3 y
422 dMaleRespiratory and feeding difficulty2 × 2 cmSimple excisionNED at 2 y
521 dMaleRespiratory distress2 × 2 cmSimple excisionNED at 8 mo
637 dMaleNot reported3 × 2 × 2 cmExcisionNED at 2 y
716 wkMaleRespiratory difficulty1.5 cmSimple excisionNED at 5 y
817 dMaleRespiratory difficulty, nasal obstruction2.5 × 1.9 × 1.2 cmSimple excisionNED at 4 y
91,57 dMaleRespiratory and feeding difficulty3 × 2.5 × 1.5 cmSimple excisionDead from sepsis at 6 mo, NED
1016 dMaleUpper respiratory obstruction2.5 × 1.5 × 1.5 cmSimple excisionNED at 2 y
1117 dMaleUpper respiratory obstruction3 × 1.8 cmSimple excisionNED at 6 y
121NewbornFemaleRespiratory difficulty, bleedingNot reportedExpelled during resuscitationNo follow-up
1313.5 moFemaleRespiratory and feeding difficulty1.5 × 1 × 0.5 cmSimple excisionNED at 1 y
141NewbornMaleFacial plethora, respiratory distress1.3 × 1 × 0.5 cmSimple excisionNED at 3.5 y
1561 dMaleRespiratory difficulty, bleeding after nasal cannulation2 × 1.5 cmSimple excisionNED at 1.5 y
  • NED indicates no evidence of disease.

  • * Current case.