Table 1: Tumour localisation and type for patients involved in the study. GIST stands for gastrointestinal stromal tumour. “Other” tumour types included undifferentiated neoplasm (for gaster) and neuroendocrine carcinoma, hemangioma, fibroid polyp, and undifferentiated neoplasm (for intestine). Brackets contain numbers of open surgeries, laparoscopic surgeries, and robot-assisted surgeries, respectively.

TypeLocalisationTotal
Caecum and ascending colonSigmoid colonDescending colon and transversumRectumGasterIntestine

Adenocarcinoma25 (13/11/1)25 (12/13/-)16 (11/5/-)10 (8/2/-)3 (-/1/2)79 (44/32/3)
Adenoma6 (1/5/-)1 (-/1/-)1 (-/1/-)8 (1/7/-)
GIST3 (-/2/1)1 (1/0/-)4 (1/2/1)
Other1 (-/-/1)4 (2/2/-)5 (2/2/1)

Total number of patients31 (14/16/1)26 (12/14/-)17 (11/6/-)10 (8/2/-)7 (-/3/4)5 (3/2/-)96 (48/43/5)