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Table 1 Summary of reported cases of ovarian transposition for rectal cancer

From: Laparoscopic ovarian transposition prior to pelvic irradiation in a young female patient with advanced rectal cancer

Author-year Age TNM (stage) Total dose Chemotherapy Menstruation (follow-up period) Pregnancy
Tulandi 1998 [16] 34 T1bN0M0 45Gy/25fr No + +a
Bisharah 2003 [17] 28 NA 45Gy/25fr No +  
Farber 2005 [18] 28 T4aN0M0 45Gy/25fr 5-FU + LV +  
Kurt 2007 [19] 24 T3N1M0 45Gy/25fr 5-FU + LV +b +c
Elizur 2009 [20] 28 T3N1M0 NA No NA  
29 T3N1M0   5-FU   +d
33 T1NxMx   5-FU   
34 T3cN1M0   5-FU   
38 T3N0M0   5-FU   
Al-Badawi 2010 [21] 23 T3N1M0 NA No Lost (10 months)  
23 TXN1M0   No + (60 months)  
26 T3N1M0   No + (46 months)  
28 T3N1M0   No Lost (12 months)  
Gareer 2011 [22] 15     +  
17     +  
(Needle oophoropexy) 19     +  
20     + 3 of 10 achieved pregnancy
25 NA NA NA +
26     +
26     Lost  
30     +  
31     +  
33     +  
Al-Asari 2012 [23] 21     Two of three maintained their menstruatione  
21-27 NA NA NA  
27     
Barahmeh 2013 [24] 33 cT3N1M0 50.4Gy/28fr 5-FU Lost  
NA NA    +  
NA NA    +  
NA NA    +  
Present case 14 pT3N1bM0 50.4Gy/28fr 5-FU + OX + (24 months)  
  1. aTwo years after surgery [33]
  2. bEight weeks after the completion of the CRT
  3. cIn utero exitus
  4. dDelivered a child 2 years after her operation
  5. eOne of them resumed menstruation with 4 months delay, resumed menstruation with 6 months delay