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Table 1 Brief data of patients who underwent emergent colo-pancreaticoduodenectomy

From: Colo-pancreaticoduodenectomy for locally advanced colon carcinoma—feasibility in patients presenting with acute abdomen

Case no. Sex Age Serum CEA
Level
(ng/mL)
Cause of emergency Comorbidity PD procedure Complications Hospital stay
(days)
Operative blood loss (mL) Total B.T
(mL)
Present
status
1 M 59 11.4 Iatrogenic perforation   PPPD Wound infection, POPF (B) 28 1100 1000 DOD, 16 m
2 M 59 2.3 Iatrogenic perforation   PD DGE (B) 33 550 0 NED, 34 m
3 F 66 1.7 Tumor bleeding Diabetes mellitus PPPD DGE (A) BPC 27 600 500 DOD, 14 m
4 M 50 61.2 Bowel obstruction   PD   19 1000 2100 DOD, 52 m
5 F 44 369 Bowel obstruction   PD   22 800 2600 DOD, 27 m
6 F 36 1.0 Spontaneous perforation Lupus erythematosus PPPD   11 500 0 NED, 68 m
7 F 50 63.4 Bowel obstruction   PD Bowel abscess, DGE (A) 74 600 0 DOOD, 54 m
8 M 43 1.6 Bowel obstruction   PD   8 500 0 NED, 120 m
9 M 52 19.8 Bowel obstruction   PPPD Biliary leak (A) abscess 13 600 0 NED, 49 m
10 M 52 14 Bowel obstruction   PPPD BPL Wound infection 16 500 0 DOD, 46 m
11 M 53 19 Tumor bleeding   PPPD Wound infection 16 0 0 DOD, 52 m
  1. Note: CEA carcinoembryonic antigen, PPPD pylorus-preserving pancreaticoduodenectomy, NED no evidence of disease, DOD died of disease, DOOD died of other disease, DGE delayed gastric empting time, POPF postoperative pancreatic fistula, BPL biochemical pancreatic leakage