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Table 2 Pattern of recurrence post CRS and HIPEC surgery for s-CPM and m-CPM patients

From: The importance of synchronicity in the management of colorectal peritoneal metastases with cytoreductive surgery and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy

Pattern of recurrenceAll recurrent CPM (n = 54)s-CPM (n = 9)m-CPM (n = 45)p values
Peritoneum33 (61.1%)7 (77.8%)26 (57.8%)0.45
 Peritoneum only15510 
 Peritoneum and lung55 
 Peritoneum and liver33 
 Peritoneum and anastomosis624 
 Peritoneum, liver, and lung11 
 Peritoneum, bone, and abdominal wall11 
 Peritoneum, liver, lung, bone, and abdominal wall11 
 Peritoneal, liver, lung, and spleen11 
Lung8 (14.8%)1 (11.1%)7 (15.5%)1.00
 Lung only413 
 Lung and anastomosis22 
 Lung, bone, and abdominal wall11 
 Lung, liver, bone, and CNS11 
Liver6 (11.1%)1 (11.1%)5 (11.2%)0.453
 Liver only413 
 Liver and CNS11 
 Liver and kidney11 
Others7 (13%)7 (15.5%)0.112