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Table 1 Case reports of Fournier’s gangrene in the setting of rectal cancer in Japan

From: Severe Fournier’s gangrene in a patient with rectal cancer: case report and literature review

No. Author   Gender Age Location Comorbidity Operation Outcome
1 Futamura et al. [6] 1995 M 56 Rb None APR 4 years and 7 months, alive
2 Fujisawa et al. [7] 1999 M 75 Rb None None Death at 6 days
3 Nakao et al. [8] 1999 M 51 Rb DM None Unknown
4 Saito et al. [9] 2000 M 60 Rb None TPE 1 year, alive
5 Noriyuki et al. [10] 2003 M 58 Ra DM 5-FU + LV 1 year and 2 months, alive
6 Enomoto at al. [11] 2006 M 35 Rb None APR 3 months, alive
7 Moriwaki et al. [12] 2007 M 30 Rb-P Unknown APR Death at 11 months
8 Kojima et al. [13] 2007 M 56 Rb DM TPE 4 months, alive
9 Morohashi et al. [14] 2008 M 60 Rb DM None Death at 2 months
10 Ishibashi et al. [15] 2009 F 80 Rb HT APR 2 months, alive
11 Yamazaki et al. [16] 2010 M 50s Rb DM APR 1 months, alive
12 Onizuka et al. [17] 2010 M 55 Rs None Chemo 1 year and 2 months, alive
13 Tanaka et al. [18] 2010 F 52 Rb DM APR 5 months, alive
14 Watabe et al. [19] 2013 M 77 Rb-P Unknown None 2 months, alive
15 Monma et al. [20] 2013 M 79 P HT CRT 1 year, alive
16 Kawagoe et al. [21] 2014 M 72 Rb None FOLFOX + bev 6 months, alive
17 Our case 2016 M 65 Rb None TPE Death at 1 year
  1. M male, F female, Rb lower rectum, Rs rectosigmoid colon, P proctos, APR abdominoperineal resection, TPE total pelvic exenteration, Chemo chemotherapy, CRT chemoradiation therapy, Bev bevacizumab, DM diabetes mellitus, HT hypertension