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Table 1 Reported cases of colorectal metastasis from primary colorectal cancer

From: Metachronous rectal metastasis from primary transverse colon cancer: a case report

No. First author (year) [reference in this manuscript] Sex Age (years) Location of primary lesion Histology of primary cancer Duration1 (months) Location of metastatic lesion Other sites of metastasis Prognosis (after diagnosis of the colorectal metastasis)
1 Kalaitzis (2010) [6] F 72 Sigmoid colon mod, mp, n (−) 12 Rectum Abdominal wall NA
2 Sasaki (2010) [7] F 52 Sigmoid colon mod, ss, ly1, v0, n (+) 12 Rectum Liver/lung Death (34 months)
3 Takashima (2010) [8] F 80 Ascending colon mod, se, ly1, v2, n (−) 19 Rectum Lung Alive (14 months)
4 Murakami (2011) [9] F 88 Ascending colon mod, se, ly1, v1, n (+) 3 Rectum None NA
5 Mishima (2013) [10] M 65 Transverse colon well, ss, ly1, v1, n (+) 27 Rectum Liver Alive (6 months)
6 Shimazaki (2014) [11] M 68 Cecum mod, ss, n (+) 23 Rectum Liver, spleen Alive (60 months)
7 Lucke-Wold (2017) [12] M 56 Ascending colon mod-muc, ss, n (+) 36 Rectum Axilla Death (about 2 years)
8 Our case F 65 Transverse colon mod, ss, ly0, v1, n (−) 15 Rectum Ovary Alive (18 months)
  1. F female, n lymph node metastasis, ly lymphatic invasion, NA not available, M male, se extraserosal invasion, mod moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma, mp invasion into muscularis propia, muc mucinous adenocarcinoma, ss subserosal invasion, v venous invasion, well well-differentiated adenocarcinoma
  2. 1Duration before detection of metastatic tumor