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Table 1 Six carcinoid tumor cases at atypical sites. Clinicopathological characteristics, management, and outcome

From: Primary carcinoid tumors at atypical sites: surgery is mandatory and size determines survival—an Egyptian study

Item/site Breast Stomach L. Paravertebral L. Paravertebral (Sudanese) Duodenal Ovarian
Case no. 1 2 3 4 5 6
Age (years) 35 66 44 61 45 33
Tumor size (cm) 4 2 10 × 8 Oblong 16 × 3 12 18
Histologic subtype Insular Trabecular Trabecular Trabecular Mucinous Trabecular
Surgical treatment CBS W. Gastrectomy Total excision Debulking Fistula repair RH. colectomy Ovariectomy
Adjuvant treatment Radiotherapy chemotherapy Chemotherapy Radiotherapy chemotherapy Radiotherapy Chemotherapy
Outcome Recurrence (2 M)
Re-excision Favorable
Favorable Recurrence
Sixth rib fracture
C. Syndrome
Patient did not show Died (3 months) Favorable
Follow-up (months) 6 11 11 1 3 6
  1. CBS conservative breast surgery, L left, C carcinoid