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Table 1 Detailed feature of the patients

From: Giant ovarian tumor with colorectal cancer: suggestion concerning the need for colonoscopy screening in cases with large ovarian tumor—a report of three cases

Case Age Chief compliant Preexisting conditions CT findigs of ovarian tumor CEA (ng/ml) CA19-9 (U/ml) CA125 (U/ml) Hb (g/dl) Histology of ovarian tumor IHC findings of ovarian tumor Feature of colorectal cancer Diagnosis of colorectal cancer
1 53 Abdominal distention None 34 × 29 cm Cystic mass with irregularly shaped solid component 8.6 2687 208 8.8 Mucinous carcinoma, ovarian primary CK7 + , CK20− CDX2- Ra 75 × 50 mm type2 tub2 pT3 N2 M1 (liver) Digital examination at outpatient clinic
2 58 Abdominal distention, lower abdominal pain None 34 × 28 cm Cystic mass with irregularly shaped septum and solid component 142 117 328 9.8 Metastatic adenocarcinoma CK7− CK20 + CDX2 + ER− C 35 × 30 mm type2 tub2 pT4a N0 Colonoscopy (3 months after start of chemotherapy)
3 61 Abdominal distention, severe constipation Diabetes, hyperthyroidism 29 × 26 cm Polycystic mass with irregularly shaped septum fed by left ovarian artery 10.0 2546.0 269 11.0 Metastatic adenocarcinoma CK7−, CK20 + , CDX2 + , ER− Rs 54 × 45 mm type2 tub1 pT3 N0 Intra-operative survey during ovariectomy
  1. Hb hemoglobin, IHC immunohistochemical