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World J Gastrointest Oncol. Jun 15, 2014; 6(6): 156-169
Published online Jun 15, 2014. doi: 10.4251/wjgo.v6.i6.156
Table 3 Prognostic factors after primary tumor resection on multivariate analyzes
Ref.Metastatic spreadNo. of patientsPrognostic factors or predictive factors of postoperative morbimortality
Rosen et al[43]Liver, Peritoneum125Age < 65 yr, limited LM, no peritoneal carcinomatosis
Ruo et al[44]Liver, peritoneum, retroperitoneal lymph nodes, lung, bone, brain123Liver involvement < 25%
Stelzner et al[45]Mainly liver186WHO-PS, ASA grade, low CEA level, metastatic load, chemotherapy
Vibert et al[47]Liver80Serum AST level < 50 IU/l, age < 75 yr
Yun et al[37]Liver, peritoneum, lung503CEA level, well-differentiated primary tumor, chemotherapy
Kleespies et al[46]Mainly liver, lung, peritoneum233Liver involvement < 50%, chemotherapy, pT4 and/or N+ stage
Costi et al[48]Mainly liver, peritoneum71Age < 80 yr, nodal stage
Stillwell et al[31]Liver and extra-hepatic379Nodal stage < N2, well-differentiated primary tumor, no postoperative complications, no apical lymph-node