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Table 4 Clinicopathological findings of patients with cervical and mediastinal lymph node metastasis

From: Clinicopathological characteristics and optimal management for esophagogastric junctional cancer; a single center retrospective cohort study

Case Tumor type Cervical LN Mediastinal LN Age Sex Tumor size (mm) Distance Macroscopic type Histological type pT pN pM Stage Initial recurrence site Status
1 E (SQ) SC 64 M 50 65 Type 0 SQ (por) T3 N3 M0 IIIC LN, lt. adrenal grand Deceased
2 E (SQ) SC LTP 57 M 87 69 Type 0 SQ (por) T1 N2 M1 IV LN Deceased
3 E (SQ) EH 72 M 25 40 Type 2 SQ (mod) T3 N1 M0 IIIA LN Deceased
4 E (AD) EH 73 F 110 100 Type 0 AD (por) T2 N1 M0 IIB Peritoneum Deceased
5 E (AD) LTP, ID 62 M 45 55 Type 2 AD (mod) T3 N1 M0 IIIA LN Deceased
6 Ge LTP 68 M 80 30 Type 1 AD (mod) T3 N3 M0 IIIC   Deceased (other cause)
7 Ge EH 41 M 65 25 Type 3 AD (por) T3 N3 M1 IV LN Alive with relapse
  1. Distance between proximal edge of tumor and EGJ in mm.
  2. AD adenocarcinoma, EH Esophageal hiatus, ID Infradiaphragmatic, LTP Lower thoracic paraesophageal, LN Lymph node, mod moderately differentiated. por: poorly differentiated, SC, Supraclavicular, SQ Squamous-cell carcinoma.