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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of EESS cases presented in Literature

From: Primary extragenital endometrial stromal sarcoma of the lung: first reported case and review of literature

Ref Site N° of cases Age (Range) N° of cases with history of endometriosis N° of cases with history of gynecologic surgery N° of cases with concurrent endometriosis Treatment (N° of pts) Follow-up: time (range) and outcome (N° of pts)
3,6,17, 21,26 Pelvis 6 34–50 2 1 4 resection + radioTX (1)
resection (3)
NA (2)
10 mo-1y; DOD (1), NED (2), NA(3)
6,13, 15, 17,18 Omentum, abdomen, retro-peritoneum, mesentery 5 46–71 1 1 3 resection + radioTX (1)
resection (4)
11 mo-4y; NED (3), NA(1); recurrence (1)
5,10,11, 12,14, 19,20, 21,23, 27, 28 Small bowel, colon, rectum 11 38–80 3 5 6 resection + radioTX (1)
resection + chemoTX (3)
resection (6)
NA (1)
4 mo-4y; DOD (1), NED (6), NA(2); recurrence (2)
22 omentum, mesentery, colon, liver, bladder, abdominal nodes, pelvis, vagina, aryepiglottic fold   38 cases EESS; age:27–81 (range) NA NA 14/38 cases resection + chemoTX +/− radioTX NED (12/38 cases, range : 15–174 mo)
DOD (8/38 cases; range 36–336 mo); AWD (13/38 cases; range:6-145mo)
25 stomach   37–54 NA 1 none resection NA
13 Liver 1 31 1 1 1 resection NED; 4 y
4,8,9, 16,17, 24 vagina 6 32–45 none 1 none resection + radioTX (2)
resection + chemoTX (1)
resection (3)
18 mo-38 mo; NED (5), NA (1)
7,29 vulva 2 34–50 none 2 1 Resection (2) 28 mo-6 y NED (2)
  1. TX therapy, NED no evidence of disease, DOD dead of disease, NA not available, mo months, y year/s, AWED alive with disease