Observational Study
Copyright ©The Author(s) 2016.
World J Gastrointest Surg. Dec 27, 2016; 8(12): 770-778
Published online Dec 27, 2016. doi: 10.4240/wjgs.v8.i12.770
Table 1 Patient characteristics and final outcome
CaseAgeSexFirst surgeryPathological stageDFS (mo)OS1 (mo)OS2 (mo)Status
163FARRpT3 pN0 M0103216111DOD (local and lung recurrences)
260FARRpT2 pN0 M08913541NED
362FARRpT2 pN0 M011415434NED
453FARRpT2 pN1 M0769322DOD (local recurrence)
546MARRpT3 pN1 M0 (R1)125441DOD (local and lung recurrences)
664FARRpT2 pN0 M0228357NED
757FARRpT3 pN2 M0163813DOD (liver recurrence)
847MARR and liver metastasectomypT3 pN1 M1 (liver)294714DOD (local recurrence)
938MARRpT2 pN0 M04911057NED
1057MARRpT2 pN0 M0175629NED
Table 2 Treatments for recurrence and complications
Pre-ASRCT-RTSurgical procedureLevel of sacrectomyProcedure lenght (min)In-hospital stay (d)Sacral involvementEarly complications(within 30 d)Late complications(after 30 d)
1YesASRS2-S338011YesNeurologic bladder dysfunctionPerineal wound infection and leakage
2YesASRS4-S540010YesPelvic abscessUterus/bladder prolapsus
3YesASRS2-S342024YesPerineal wound leakage and Neurologic bladderNo
4NoASRS4-S537010YesPerineal wound leakageNo
5NoASRS3-S443093NoUretral fistula, perineal flap necrosis and wound leakageNo
6YesASRS3-S436025NoPerineal wound leakageNo
7CT onlyASR and posterior colpectomyS3-S43608NoPerineal wound leakagePelvic abscess and ileal fistula
10YesASRS4-S533015NoPerineal wound infectionNo