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Table 3 Cases of ovarian teratoma associated with GP in studies that reported more than five cases

From: Gliomatosis peritonei: a series of eight cases and review of the literature

Authors Cases Median Age ys Ovarian neoplasm Diagnosis Recurrence Treatment Follow up
Norris [10], (1976) 7 17 IMT: G1: 5, G2-G3: 2 1st surgery: 7 NA S: 4, S + Ch: 1, S + Rx:2 5 alive, 1 dead, 1 NA
Harms [11], (1989) 13 11.5 IMT: G1:8, G2-G3: 5 1st surgery: 11, 2nd surgery: 2 NO S: 6, S + Ch: 7 13 alive
Yoon [2], (2012) 16 13 IMT: G1: 4, G2-G3: 11, MT:1 1st surgery: 15, 2nd surgery: 1 37.5 %, (6/16) S: 3, S + Ch: 13 15 alive, 1 dead
Bentivegna, [12], (2015)a 9 36 IMT: G1: 5, G2-G3: 4 1st surgery: 1, 2nd surgery: 8 22.2 %, (2/9) S: 5, S + Ch: 4 9 alive
Liang [8], (2015) 14 NA IMT: G1: 5, G2-G3: 9 1st surgery: 10, 2nd surgery: 4 NA NA 10 alive, NA: 4
Present 8 20 IMT: G1: 2, G2-G3: 5, MT: 1 1st surgery: 6, 2nd surgery: 2 NO S: 3, S + Ch: 5 8 alive
Total 67 NA IMT: G1: 29, G2-G3: 35, MT: 2 1st surgery: 50, 2nd surgery: 17 17.4 %, (8/46)b S: 21, S + Ch: 30, S + Rx:2, NA:14 60 alive, 2 dead, NA: 5
  1. Ch chemotherapy, IMT immature teratoma, MT mature teratoma, NA not available, S surgery, Rx radiotherapy
  2. aOne case in the article (case 8) was consisted of mixed ovarian germ tumor (yolk sac and dysgerminoma and mature teratoma). Thus, the table shows 9 cases
  3. bAs there was no data available in the reference 8 and 10, we just add up the data from the remaining articles