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Table 2 Surgical and pathological characteristics according to treatment category

From: Clinical significance of initial treatment for peritoneal lavage cytology-positive gastric cancer: outcomes according to treatment strategy

Variable Gastrectomy with adjuvant chemotherapy
n = 10
Palliative gastrectomy alone
n = 11
Conversion gastrectomy
n = 5
Palliative gastrectomy after induction chemotherapy
n = 5
Surgical procedure TG 5 9 5 4
DG 5 2 0 1
Lymphadenectomy D2 4 5 4 1
Limited 6 6 1 4
Combined resection Spleen
Pancreas
2 3
2
1 -
Tumor diameter (mm)   77.5 (40–175) 122 (20–235) 133 (25–150) 97 (50–130)
Operating time (min)   318.5 (200–493) 402 (148–614) 338 (272–429) 346 (138–400)
Blood loss (ml)   356 (113–689) 494.5 (149–1897) 492 (269–770) 545 (215–820)
p-Depth of invasion SS 0 0 3 2
SE 9 9 2 3
SI 1 2 0 0
p-Lymph node metastasis N0 1 0 4 0
N1 2 0 0 0
N2 0 1 1 2
N3 7 10 0 3
  1. DG distal gastrectomy, SE invasion of serosa, SI invasion of adjacent structures, SS invasion of subserosa, TG total gastrectomy