A literature review is not based on your own data but is an overview of literature review that is organised a little differently than a scientific paper. The summary, introduction, discussion, acknowledgments and references sections are included but materials and methods are (as a rule) not, and instead of the Results heading, you use headings and sub-headings that fit the content you summarise.
Keep the introduction very short, usually at most 1/3 page, and provide only a brief background to the problem itself and why it is an interesting topic to refer to.
In the discussion, discuss the results you have summarised, put them into a larger context. Personal reflections may be appropriate here. References are cited continuously as described above.
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