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Table 4 Surgical procedures after the triplet chemotherapy regimen

From: Survival benefit of surgical resection after first-line triplet chemotherapy and bevacizumab in patients with initially unresectable metastatic colorectal cancer

No. Surgical procedure No. of chemotherapy cycles prior to surgery Hospital stay (days) Major surgical complications
1 Cytoreductive surgery [subtotal colectomy + bilateral oophorectomy + cholecystectomy] + HIPEC 8 30  
2 Cytoreductive surgery [abdominal wall resection + left hemicolectomy + appendicectomy] + HIPEC 13 13 Pancreatic leakage
3 Cytoreductive surgery [extended left hemicolectomy + distal pancreatectomy + small bowl resection] + HIPEC 12 29  
4 Segmental liver resection 10 7  
5 Cytoreductive surgery [subtotal colectomy + appendicectomy + cholecystectomy + splenectomy] + HIPEC 6 15  
6 Bilateral pulmonary metastatectomy 2 12  
7 High anterior resection 7 9  
8 Cytoreductive surgery [extended left hemicolectomy + splenectomy + appendicectomy + cholecystectomy] + HIPEC 9 17  
9 Anterior resection + liver metastatectomy 16 18  
10 Total proctocolectomy 7 13  
11 Anterior resection + liver metastatectomy 18 28 Hospital-acquired pneumonia
12 Sigmoidectomy + liver metastatectomy 20 16  
13 Liver metastatectomy 9 14  
  1. HIPEC hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy