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Table 1 Reported cases of colorectal cancer with PDM

From: Four cases of laparoscopic colectomy for sigmoid colon and rectal cancer with persistent descending mesocolon

Reported author Reported year Case number Age (years) Gender Tumor location Preoperative imaging methods Preoperative diagnosis Morgenstern's classification Operation method Operating time Bleeding volume Postoperative complications LCA retention
Okada [2] 2013 13 67a M10, F3 S9, R4 nd nd nd Laparoscopic 239a 50a 1/13 (1; surgical site infection) nd
Tsuruta [3] 2014 1 60 M A CT +  A Laparoscopic nd nd No nd
Arai [4] 2016 1 65 M S CT-colonography +  B Laparoscopic 272 49 No + 
Mori [5] 2018 1 88 F D CT +  B Laparoscopic nd nd No
Hisano [6] 2019 1 80 M S, R CT, BE, CT-colonography +  A Laparoscopic nd nd No
Hiyoshi [7] 2019 2 50 M S CT-colonography +  C Laparoscopic 835 285 Anastomotic stenosis
77 M R CT-colonography +  C Laparoscopic 333 10 No + 
Wang (8) 2020 60 67a M39, F21 nd CT 5/60 (8.9%) Unknown Laparoscopic Unknown Unknown 11/60 (5; anastomotic leakage) 36/60 (36%)
Our cases 2020 4 79 M R CT, BE +  C Laparoscopic 554 178 No + 
68 M S CT, BE +  B Laparoscopic 237 0 No
68 M R CT, BE +  B Laparoscopic 386 56 No
60 M S CT +  B Laparoscopic 312 30 No + 
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