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Table 2 Clinicopathological characteristics of three cases of pulmonary blastomatoid carcinosarcoma in this study

From: Clinicopathologic features and genomic analysis of pulmonary blastomatoid carcinosarcoma

CaseGenderAge rangesSmoking statusTumor locationTumor sizeHistologyTreatmentStageFollow up (status)
1Male35–40
(years)
noright lower lobe peripheral4.0 cmmixed low-grade and high-grade fetal lung adenocarcinoma in epithelial component and primitive mesenchymallobectomy and lymph node dissection adjuvant three cycles of chemotherapyT2aN0M0 IB73 months (survival)
2Male75–80
(years)
50 packs/yearright upper lobe peripheral4.2 cmpure high-grade fetal lung adenocarcinoma and primitive mesenchymallobectomy and lymph node dissectionT2bN0M0 IIA68 months (dead)
3Female50–55 (years)noleft lower lobe peripheral3.9 cmpure high-grade fetal lung adenocarcinoma and primitive mesenchymalchemotherapy followed by lobectomy and lymph node dissectionT2aN0M0 IB13 months (survival)