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Table 1 General situation of included patients

From: Extended thymectomy with blood vessel resection and reconstruction improves therapeutic outcome for clinical stage III thymic carcinoma patients: a real-world research

No. Gender Age (yrs) Symptoms Diameter (cm) Pathology diagnose Operation Status
1 Male 59 Chest pain 5 Basaloid carcinoma Y Stable
2 Male 51 Back pain 7.4 Squamous-cell carcinoma Y Dead
3 Female 46 Back pain 5.5 Squamous-cell carcinoma Y Stable
4 Male 55 Chest pain 3.7 Atypical carcinoid Y Stable
5 Male 40 Asymptomatic 7 Atypical carcinoid Y Stable
6 Female 47 Myasthenia gravis 7 Squamous-cell carcinoma Y Stable
7 Male 34 Chest distress 5.5 Squamous-cell carcinoma Y Stable
8 Male 43 Superior vena cava syndrome 5 Atypical carcinoid Y Dead
9 Female 52 Myasthenia gravis 6 Squamous-cell carcinoma Y Stable
10 Male 23 Superior vena cava syndrome 7.2 Undifferentiated carcinoma Y Dead
11 Male 26 Hypokalemia 5 Undifferentiated carcinoma Y Dead
12 Female 52 Asymptomatic 5 Squamous-cell carcinoma Y Stable
13 Male 53 Chest pain 12.7 Squamous-cell carcinoma N Dead
14 Male 65 Myasthenia gravis 5.8 Squamous-cell carcinoma N Dead
15 Male 46 Asymptomatic 4.2 Undifferentiated carcinoma N Dead
16 Male 53 Shoulder Pain 6.9 Squamous-cell carcinoma N Dead
17 Male 58 Asymptomatic 5.8 Atypical carcinoid N Dead
18 Female 62 Myasthenia gravis 6 Squamous-cell carcinoma N Stable
19 Female 59 Asymptomatic 9.2 Squamous-cell carcinoma N Dead
20 Male 67 Chest pain 6 Undifferentiated carcinoma N Dead
21 Male 51 Chest distress 16.2 Squamous-cell carcinoma N Stable
22 Male 53 Superior vena cava syndrome 5 Undifferentiated carcinoma N Lung metastasis
23 Female 39 Asymptomatic 6.6 Basaloid carcinoma N Dead
24 Male 53 Chest pain 8.7 Squamous-cell carcinoma N Lung metastasis
25 Male 60 Chest pain 9.4 Squamous-cell carcinoma N Dead
26 Male 20 Myasthenia gravis 5.5 Atypical carcinoid N Stable