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Table 1 Outcomes of 30 patients undergoing surgical resection for lung metastasis of cranial meningioma

From: Solitary pulmonary metastasis after meningioma surgery of the head: a case report

Author, year Agea, sex WHO grading of meningiomab Intervalc No. of lung metastasis Outcomed
Miller, 1985 [17] 61, M I N/A 1 22 months, alive
Le May, 1989 [18] 56, F I 24 months Multiplee 36 months, died
Kodama, 1991 [19] 61, F I 228 months 4 44 months, alive
Kodama, 1992 [20] 30, M I 144 months 1 3 months, alive
Adlakha, 1999 [15] 17, F III 48 months 1 15 months, died
  70, F I N/A 2 48 months, died
  30, M III 72 months Multiplee 84 months, alive
Pramesh, 2003 [21] 29, F I 96 months 2 24 months, alive
Knoop, 2004 [22] 53, M I N/A 1 24 months, alive
D’Aiuto, 2005 [23] 71, M I 156 months Multiplee 24 months, alive
Asioli, 2007 [24] 58, F I 144 months Multiplee 18 months, alive
Gladin, 2007 [25] 58, M I 156 months Multiplee 36 months, alive
  47, M I 132 months 3 4 months, alive
Fulkerson, 2008 [26] 54, M I N/A 1 12 months, alive
Ishibashi, 2008 [27] 68, M N/A 312 months 3 6 months, alive
Psaras, 2009 [28] 49, F I 180 months Multiplee 12 months, alive
Estanislau, 2009 [29] 75, M II 24 months 1 30 months, died
Sazawa, 2009 [5] 66, F I N/A 1 14 months, died
Etienne-Mastroianni, 2010 [30] 58, M III N/A 4 20 months, died
Cheng, 2011 [31] 46, M I N/A 2 5 months, alive
Kanzaki, 2011 [32] 67, M II 180 months 2 18 months, alive
Nakayama, 2014 [33] 25, F I N/A 4 294 months, alive
Sakamoto, 2014 [34] 15, F II 60 months 3 6 months, alive
Tao, 2014 [35] 51, F III 12 months 1 1 month, died
Chiarelli, 2015 [36] 68, M I N/A 1 36 months, alive
Frydrychowicz, 2015 [37] 72, F II 60 months 1 72 months, alive
Sathirareuangchai, 2019 [16] 59, F I N/A 2 5 months, alive
Kimura, 2020 [6] 54, M II 96 months 2 37 months, died
Mardani, 2021 [38] 37, F III 0 monthf 2 2 months, alive
Present case, 2021 75, M II 24 months 1 8 months, alive
  1. aAge at the time of the first pulmonary metastasectomy. bThe highest grade was presented if the original description included multiple grades. cInterval between the detection of the primary tumor to the that of the first described pulmonary metastasis. dOutcome of the initial pulmonary metastasectomy. eThe term “multiple” was used only if the original case report described the number of pulmonary metastases as “multiple” instead of specifying the exact number. fThe timing of detection of the primary meningioma and its pulmonary metastasis was simultaneous