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Table 1 Reported cases of patients with pectus excavatum who have undergone thoracoscopic esophagectomy

From: Thoracoscopic esophagectomy in the prone position for esophageal cancer patients with pectus excavatum: a report of two cases

Year Author Age Gender Haller index Position Approach Reconstruction Route Sternal repair Hospital stay Complication Prognosis
2015 Sato et al. [3] 77 Male 4.83 Left lateral Thoracoscopic Gastric conduit PMR None POD 116 Brain infarction, leakage ND
2018 Hatoyama et al. [4] 59 Male 9.9 Left lateral Thoracoscopic Gastric conduit PMR Nuss ND None 2 years alive
  Our case 1 64 Male 8.5 Prone Thoracoscopic Gastric conduit PMR None POD 13 None 24 months alive
  Our case 2 67 Male 4.3 Prone Thoracoscopic Gastric conduit PMR None POD 17 None 18 months alive
  1. PMR posterior mediastinal route, POD postoperative day, ND not described