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Table 1 Characteristics of the patients with ADSQ

From: Clinicopathological characteristics of resected adenosquamous cell carcinoma of the lung: Risk of coexistent double cancer

Case Age Sex Symptom Smoking P-Stage operation Additional treatment
1 61 M none current IIIA L carboplatin/paclitaxel
2 68 F cough, fever current IIIA L carboplatin/paclitaxel
3 62 M cough never IIIB P n.d.
4 72 F cough Former a IB L n.d.
5 77 F none current IA L n.d.
6 79 M none ever IA L n.d.
7 55 M cough current IA L n.d.
8 72 M none current IIIA L uracil and tegafur
9 74 F none never IIIA L radiation
10 72 M cough current IIA L n.d.
11 48 F hemosputum never IIIA L carboplatin/paclitaxel
Case Recurrence Chemotherapy for recurrence Disease free interval (days) Double ca Outcome Cause of death
1 + n.d. 204 - Dead Lung cancer
2 - - - - Alive -
3 - - - Prostate ca ** Alive -
4 - - - Gastric ca ** Alive -
5 - - - Gastric ca * Alive -
6 + n.d. 734 Bladder ca* Alive -
7 - - - - Alive -
8 + cisplatin/5-Fu 145 - Dead Lung cancer
9 + carboplatin/uracil and tegafur 101 - Dead Lung cancer
10 + n.d. 995 Rectal ca* Dead Lung cancer
11 + carboplatin/docetaxel→cisplatin/5-Fu 192 - Dead Lung cancer
  1. a Former smokers are defined persons who stopped smoking more than 3 years previously. L: Lobectomy, P: Pneumonectomy. n.d: not done.
  2. * Double cancer was detected before treatment of lung cancer. ** It was done after that