Case Reports in Oncological Medicine / 2015 / Article / Tab 2

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A Rare Case of Undifferentiated Carcinoma of the Colon with Rhabdoid Features: A Case Report and Review of the Literature

Table 2

Clinical characteristics of all cases of poorly differentiated carcinoma of the colon with rhabdoid features described in the literature, to our knowledge. Age is in years. Size means the largest diameter of the tumor in centimeters. DNS: did not specify. [519].

AgeSex Size Location Presentation Metastasis Type Survival

Baba et al. 45FAbdominal pain6 weeks
Romera Barba et al. 77MDNS Descending colonAbdominal painNoPure2 months
Lee et al. case 1 62M4.5Sigmoid colonOccult blood in stoolNoComposite36 months still alive
Lee et al. case 2 83M6.5RectumRectal massYesCompositeone month
Remo et al.73F10Right colonRectal bleedNoComposite6 months
Pancione et al.71F10Right colonAbdominal painYesPure8 months
Nakamura et al.76M14CecumAbdominal painYesPure3 months
Marcus et al.84F7Transverse colonAbdominal massNoComposite12 months still alive
Yang et al.75M15Transverse colonDNS NoPure2 weeks
Agaimy et al.79M9CecumNoComposite6 months
Mastoraki et al.62F10Descending colonAbdominal painYesPure4 months
Lee et al.63M3Right colonWeaknessYesPureDNS
Chetty and Bhathal72F6CecumAbdominal massYesCompositeDNS
Kono et al.66M13CecumAbdominal massNoComposite6 weeks
Oh et al.69F3.5Sigmoid colonBlood in stoolsNoComposite6 months
Macák and Kodet50MRectumComposite
Our case87F12Transverse colonAbdominal massNoComposite2 months

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