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Table 1 Clinicopathological characteristics and demographical data of 13 patients with primary gastric ASC

From: Clinicopathological characteristics, diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes of primary gastric adenosquamous carcinoma

Case number Gender Age Site Size (cm) Borrmann type Hospital stay (days) Operation Postoperative complication Adjuvant therapy
1 M 51 U 2.5*2 II 29 Radical Abdominal infection Yes
2 F 66 M 11*10 III 28 Palliative - No
3 M 63 U 7*6 III 21 Radical - No
4 M 43 L 6*5 II 11 Radical Pulmonary infection Yes
5 M 79 U 7*5 III 27 Palliative Ileus Yes
6 M 62 U 8*4 II 21 Radical - No
7 M 47 L 5*5 II 11 Radical - No
8 F 70 U 4*4 I 18 Radical - No
9 M 63 L 5*5 III 17 Radical - Yes
10 M 73 L 4*3 III 13 Radical Digestive bleeding No
11 M 56 U 6*3 II 16 Palliative - Yes
12 F 50 M 3*3 II 22 Radical - Yes
13 M 61 U 5.5*4 III 17 Radical - No
  1. Abbreviations: ASC adenosquamous carcinoma, M male, F female, U upper third of stomach, M middle third of stomach, L lower third of stomach.