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Table 2 Histopathological characteristics and surgical outcome of patients with incidental gallbladder carcinoma during or following laparoscopic cholecystectomy

From: Evaluation of surgical treatment for incidental gallbladder carcinoma diagnosed during or after laparoscopic cholecystectomy: single center results

Patient number Diagnosis Removal of cystic duct node in 1st operation Hospital stay
(days)
Postoperative
complication
Tumor location of gallbladder Size
(cm)
Pathology pT 2nd surgical procedure N M Stage Margin Recurrence Outcome
(months)
1 Postoperatively None 6 None Body 0.8 Well differentiated adenocarcinoma 1a      R0 None Alive (80)
2 Postoperatively None 5 None Fundus-body 4.5 Well differentiated adenocarcinoma 2 Radicalization 0 0 II R0 None Alive (51)
3 Postoperatively None 6 None Body 1.7 Well differentiated adenocarcinoma 1a      R0 None Alive (40)
4 Postoperatively Yes 5 None Neck 3.3 Moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma 2 Refused 1 0 IIIB R1 Liver Alive (28)
5 Intraoperatively Yes 10 None Fundus 2 Poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma 3 Refused 1 0 IIIB R2 Peritoneum Alive (24)
6 Postoperatively None 9 None Body 2.3 Well differentiated adenocarcinoma 2 Radicalization 0 0 II R0 None Alive (22)
7 Postoperatively None 5 None Fundus-body 6.5 Well differentiated adenocarcinoma 1a      R0 None Alive (21)
8 Postoperatively None 13 SSI Fundus-body 6 Well differentiated adenocarcinoma 2 Refused 0 0 II R1 None Alive (11)
  1. pT pathological T stage according to AJCC 6th edition, SSI surgical site infection