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Table 1 Basic characteristics of 17 patients received complete surgical excision

From: Primary intrathoracic liposarcoma: a clinicopathologic study and prognostic analysis of 23 cases

Patient id Age Gender Tumor size (cm) Location Type Local recurrence Metastasis Protocol at relapse DFS (mo) DFS status OS (mo) OS status
1 19 M 12.00 Pleura Well-differentiated Yes No S 48 Disease relapse 56 Censored
2 30 F 6.00 Pleura Well-differentiated No No   48 Censored 48 Censored
3 36 F 14.00 Mediastinum Well-differentiated Yes No S 36 Disease relapse 60 Censored
4 60 M 28.00 Pleura Well-differentiated No No   43 Censored 43 Censored
5 63 M 6.00 Mediastinum Well-differentiated No No   8 Censored 8 Censored
6 72 M 16.00 Mediastinum Well-differentiated No No   48 Censored 48 Censored
7 16 F 7.00 Mediastinum Myxoid No No   36 Censored 36 Censored
8 20 F 4.00 Pleura Myxoid Yes No S + RT 47 Disease relapse 90 Censored
9 44 M 8.00 Pulmonary Myxoid No No   13 Censored 13 Censored
10 47 M 8.00 Mediastinum Myxoid Yes No S 12 Disease relapse 27 Dead
11 54 M 16.00 Pleura Myxoid No No   26 Censored 26 Censored
12 61 F 12.00 Pulmonary Myxoid No To liver CT 3 Disease relapse 14 Dead
13 41 M 16.00 Pleura Dedifferentiated Yes No S 10 Disease relapse 15 Dead
14 53 M 8.00 Pleura Dedifferentiated No To lung CT 6 Disease relapse 11 Dead
15 59 F 7.00 Pulmonary Dedifferentiated Yes No RT 6 Disease relapse 9 Dead
16 64 M 6.00 Mediastinum Dedifferentiated No No   12 Censored 12 Censored
17 49 M 4.50 Pulmonary Pleomorphic No To bone RT + CT 13 Disease relapse 16 Censored
  1. M: male, F: female, S:surgery, RT: radiotherapy, CT: chemotherapy.