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Table 1 Reported cases of patients who underwent pulmonary resection for recurrent intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma

From: Long-term survival after surgical resection for recurrent hepatic and pulmonary metastases of intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma: a case report

  Primary tumor 1st recurrence 2nd recurrence 3rd recurrence 4th recurrence  
Case Author/Year Age (y) Sex MT Size of tumor (mm) Number of tumor Histology V LN Site Duration (month) Site Duration (month) Site Duration (month) Site Duration (month) DFS (month) Survival (month) Outcome
1 Morise [12]/2008 57 F NR NR Multiple mod P P Liver 3 Lung 32 Liver 46 Liver 59 3 62 AWD
2 Saiura [13]/2011 44 M MF 80 NR mod P A Lung 74 Adrenal 88 Lung 107 Lung 137 74 63 NED
3   67 M MF 50 NR mod P P Liver 13 Lung 44      13 117 NED
4 Park [14]/2016 NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR Lung 54        54 61 NED
5 Ohira [15]/2018 40 M MF 20 Solitary mod P A Lung 44.4        44.4 34.7 NED
6   64 M MF 20 Solitary mod P A Lung 64.8        64.8 37.2 DFD
7 Our case 62 M MF 30 Multiple mod P P Liver 12 Lung 52 Lung 74    12 84 NED
  1. MT macroscopic type, V vascular invasion, LN lymph node metastasis, Duration duration after initial surgery, DFS initial disease free survival, Survival survival after recurrence, NR not reported, MF mass forming type, mod moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma, P present, A absent, AWD alive with disease, NED no evidence of disease, DFD died from disease