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Table 2 Characteristics of each included publications

From: Evaluation of the prognostic impact of postoperative adjuvant radiotherapy on head and neck mucosal melanoma: a meta-analysis

Head and neck mucosal melanoma
Trial & year Diagnose year Number Interventions Average age(year)a Follow-up(month)
Jethanamest D(2011) [6] 1973-2007 totle815b Surgery only 68.7(17–100) ungiven
    S + R   
Benlyazid A(2010) [11] 1980-2008 82 Surgery only 67(30–97) 65.2mon
   78 S + R   
Owens JM(2003) [16] 1986-1998 20 Surgery only 55.5(3mon-88y) ungiven
   24 S + R   
Krengli M(2006) [14] 1972-2002 17 Surgery only 66(40–87) 38(1–207)mon
   42 S + R   
Meleti M(2008) [21] 1976-2006 19 Surgery only 63.7(31–91) 27.8(2–80)mon
   19 S + R   
Temam S(2005) [15] 1979-1997 30 Surgery only 58(21–90) 45.6(8–384)mon
   39 S + R   
Sinonasal melanoma
Gal TJ(2011) [7] 2000-2007 128 Surgery only 72.1 ungiven
   117 S + R   
Thariat J(2011) [10] 1991-2006 13 Surgery only 73 39(1–181)mon
   10 S + R   
Roth TN(2010) [12] 1992-2007 12 Surgery only 71(40–94) (7–132)mon
   13 S + R   
Brandwein MS(1997) [17] 1977-1995 17 Surgery only 65(23–83) 59(1–217)mon
   8 S + R   
Cheng YF(2007) [13] 1982-2002 totle23b Surgery only 68.2(35–87) 3-132mon
    S + R   
Sun CZ(2014) [20] 1976-2005 18 Surgery only 55(2–79) 6-114mon
   13 S + R   
  1. S + R:postoperative radiotherapy
  2. aAge at first diagnosis
  3. bstudies that cannot separate the surgery only group from the postoperative radiotherapy group in number