Table 1: Data of the 7 patients with distant metastases.

Sex
(age at diagnosis)
Anatomical location of primary tumourLargest diameter of primary tumour Surgical marginLocation of first distant metastases
(time after diagnosis)
Alive/dead
(time after diagnosis)

Female
(84 years)
Thigh16 cmRadicalBone metastases of the cervical, thoracal and lumbar spine (1.3 years)Dead (1.8 years)
Male
(45 years)
Thigh34 cmMarginalIntraabdominal metastases (present at diagnosis)Dead (2.5 years)
Male
(58 years)
Chest wallUnknownIntralesionalIntraabdominal and multiple skin metastases (present at diagnosis)Dead (1.6 years)
Female
(22 years)
Thigh15 cmIntralesionalBone (lumbar spine) and widespread intra- and paraspinal metastases (2.3 years)Dead (3.7 years)
Male
(43 years)
FootUnknownMarginalParaspinal soft tissue metastasis of the thoracal spine (11.9 years)Alive (13.2 years)
Female
(29 years)
Knee14 cmIntralesionalMediastinum and paraspinal soft tissue metastases of the lumbar spine (0.4 years)Dead (1.4 years)
Male
(39 years)
Thigh14 cmRadicalSolitary pleural metastasis (1.8 years)Dead (5.3 years)