Brief Article
Copyright ©2009 The WJG Press and Baishideng.
World J Gastroenterol. Nov 21, 2009; 15(43): 5481-5488
Published online Nov 21, 2009. doi: 10.3748/wjg.15.5481
Table 3 Clinical features of patients who underwent surgical resection for extrahepatic metastases from HCC with favorable outcomes
No. ofpatientAge (yr)/SexTreatments for intrahepatic HCCExtrahepatic metastases
Follow-up after metastases (mo)Outcome
Duration to metastases (mo)Location/Management
144/MaleHepatic resection: 1 time7Lung/wedge resection40Alive
TACE: 1 time
236/FemaleHepatic resection: 1 time16T-spine/resection of tumor89Dead
TACE: 1 timeLung/wedge resection
331/FemaleHepatic resection: 1 time11Transverse colon and peritoneal soft tissue/surgical resection67Alive
TACE: 3 times
451/MaleHepatic resection: 1 time32Peritoneal soft tissue/surgical resection96Alive
TACE: 2 times
PEI: 1 time
RFA:1 time
567/MaleTACE: 11 times7Abdominal wall/wide excision57Dead
PEI: 8 times