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Table 2 Detailed surgical procedures for cytoreductive surgeries with concurrent liver surgeries

From: Clinical outcomes of complete cytoreduction with concurrent liver resection followed by hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy for synchronous peritoneal and liver metastatic colorectal cancer

VariablesTotal patients (n=22)
Detailed procedures for cytoreductive surgery 
 Diaphragmatic peritonectomy11 (50.0)
 Parietal peritonectomy8 (36.4)
 Pelvic peritonectomy13 (59.1)
 Omentectomy15 (68.2)
Gastro-intestinal tract 
 Right hemicolectomy3 (13.6)
 Left hemicolectomy2 (9.1)
 Anterior resection3 (13.6)
 Low anterior resection8 (36.4)
 Ileocecectomy2 (9.1)
 Segmental resection of small bowel8 (36.4)
 Hartmann operation1 (4.5)
 Appendectomy3 (13.6)
 Hysterectomy5 (22.7)
 Salpingo-oophorectomy8 (36.4)
 Excision of ureter with ureterocystostomy1 (4.5)
 Cholecystectomy8 (36.4)
 Splenectomy1 (4.5)
Detailed procedures of liver surgery 
 Intraoperative radiofrequency ablation4 (18.2)
 Wedge resection14 (63.6)
 Sectionectomy1 (4.5)
 Lobectomy4 (18.2)
 Extended lobectomy1 (4.5)
 Two-stage hepatectomy6 (27.3)
 1st-stage liver surgery → CRS/HIPEC + 2nd-stage liver surgery3 (13.6)
 CRS/HIPEC + 1st-stage liver surgery → 2nd-stage liver surgery3 (13.6)
  1. n (%); CRS cytoreductive surgery, HIPEC hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy