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Table 1 Patient demographics and clinical and intraoperative findings

From: Well-differentiated abdominal liposarcoma: experience of a tertiary care center

Patient number Age (y) Gender Clinical findings CT imaging findings Surgical procedures Survival after surgery
Case 1 43 F Palpable mass at left lower quadrant A 16 × 10 × 18-cm heterogeneous pelvic mass that extends up to the right lower quadrant of the abdomen. Complete resection of mass without additional organ resection Alive 21 months
Case 2 63 F Palpable mass of abdomen, general abdominal pain A 50 × 40 × 28-cm heterogeneous abdominal mass compressing aorta and vena cava inferior. During first surgery, complete resection of mass with additional right nephrectomy and right ureter resection. Recurrence 2 years later after first surgery and died due to renal failure 3 months later after second surgery
During second surgery performed for local recurrence 2 years later, right hemicolectomy, cholecystectomy, ileal resection.
Case 3 73 F General abdominal pain A 21 × 15 × 5-cm heterogeneous retroperitoneal mass. Complete resection of mass without additional organ resection Alive 15 months
Case 4 61 M Palpable mass of abdomen, general abdominal pain A 15 × 8 × 11-cm heterogeneous retroperitoneal mass. Right hemicolectomy, ileal resection, partial bladder resection Alive 20 months
Case 5 28 M General abdominal pain, abdominal swelling A 30 × 18 × 27-cm heterogeneous septated abdominal mass that displaces the adjacent organs. Complete resection of mass without additional organ resection Alive 24 months
Case 6 62 F Upper abdominal pain A 19 × 10 × 18-cm heterogeneous pelvic mass that extends above the umbilicus. Complete resection of mass without additional organ resection Alive 22 months
Case 7 66 M General abdominal pain, abdominal swelling A 24 × 20 × 12-cm heterogeneous retroperitoneal mass. Complete resection of mass without additional organ resection Alive 21 months
Case 8 21 M General abdominal pain, abdominal swelling A 23 × 10 × 15-cm cystic septated abdominal mass at right lower quadrant of the abdomen. Complete resection of mass without additional organ resection Alive 15 months
  1. Y, year; F, female; M, male.