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Table 1 Literature review of seven cases, including our case, of esophageal liposarcoma that were removed only through a cervical incision

From: Giant esophageal liposarcoma with squamous cell carcinoma resected via the cervical approach: a case report

  Year of publication Age (y)/sex Type of lesion Presenting symptom Approach Tumor size (cm) Histology
Mansour [4] 1983 53/M Polypoid Dysphagia Right cervical 4 × 3 Myxoid
Salis [20] 1998 73/M Polypoid Dysphagia, vomiting Left cervical 15 × 6 Well-differentiated
Maruyama [24] 2007 50/M Polypoid Cough Left cervical 18.5 × 8.5 × 4 Well-differentiated
Saleh. [19] 2013 62/M Polypoid Dysphagia, weight loss Left cervical 24 Well-differentiated
Dowli [15] 2014 64/M Polypoid Dysphagia Left cervical 15 × 7 × 3 Well-differentiated
Furukawa [6] 2021 72/F Polypoid Dysphagia Left cervical 15 × 7 × 5 Well-differentiated
Our case 2021 66/M Polypoid Dysphagia Left cervical 23 × 8.5 Well-differentiated