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Table 1 Cases of conversion surgery for GC with multiple metastases

From: Successful conversion surgery for gastric cancer with multiple liver metastases treated after S-1 plus cisplatin combination chemotherapy: a case report

First author Li ZY Mitani M Matsumoto K Takahashi N Takahashi N Kagawa I Itani Y Hatta W
Year 2014 2014 2011 2007 2007 2006 2006 2005
Sex Female Male Male Male Male Male Female Female
Age (years) 56 75 75 54 57 75 44 73
Location A Unknown L L L M L A
Borrmann classification 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2
Preoperative chemotherapy Her + OX + S1 S1 + CDDP S1 + CPT-11 S1 + CDDP S1 + CDDP S1 + CDDP S1 + CDDP S1
No. of courses 10 4 3 1 1 4 3 1
Operation DG + PH DG + RFA DG DG DG DG + RFA DG + PH + RFA DG
Histology differentiation Poorly differentiated Poorly differentiated Tub 1 Tub 1 Poorly differentiated Tub 1 Tub 2, por 1 Tub 2
Adjuvant chemotherapy Her + OX + S1 S1 S1 + CPT-11 None S1 + CDDP S1 Unknown None
Recurrence None None None None None None Unknown None
Postoperative course Alive, 3 months Dead, 7 years Alive, 3 years Alive, 12 months Alive, 17 months Alive, 15 months Unknown Alive, 19 months
  1. A antrum, L lower gastric body, Her trastuzumab, OX oxaliplatin, CDDP cisplatin, CPT-11 camptothecin, DG distal gastrectomy, PH partial hepatectomy, RFA radiofrequency ablation