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Table 1 Reported patients who received pulmonary metastasectomies for basaloid squamous cell carcinoma

From: Pulmonary metastasectomy for esophageal basaloid squamous cell carcinoma component at 66 months after esophagectomy

1st author, year, reference Age/sex Stage (path) Primary tumor path DFI, mo Tumor size, mm Metastasectomy DFS, mo OS, mo Outcome
Takemura, 2012 [20] 63/F IIB, pT1N1M0 BSCC 24 10 Wedge resection 84 84 Alive
Shibasaki, 2012 [19] 67/F IIA, pT3N0M0 BSCC 24 10 Partial resection 17 17 Alive
Kosaka, 2014 [18] 78/F IIIB, pT3N2M0 BSCC 44 16 Partial resection 12 12 Alive
Present case 68/F IIA, pT3N0M0 SCC 66 20 Partial resection 24 60 Dead
  1. All patients in these reports had unilateral procedures for a single metastasis each, and their metastases were pathologically found to be BSCC.
  2. BSCC basaloid squamous cell carcinoma, DFI disease-free interval of initial esophagectomy, DFS disease-free survival of lung metastasectomy, mo months, OS overall survival of lung metastasectomy, Stage (path) 7th edition International Cancer Control TNM stage (pathology), SCC squamous cell carcinoma