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Table 1 Treatment and outcome for primary angiosarcoma disease

From: Radiation-Associated Angiosarcoma After Breast Cancer: High Recurrence Rate and Poor Survival Despite Surgical Treatment with R0 Resection

P Primary operation Reconstruction Margins (neo-) adjuvant treatment Local recurrence Metastasis
1 Mastectomy STSG R0 No Yes No
2 Mastectomy STSG R0a No Yes No
3 Mastectomy STSG R0 No No Yes
4 Mastectomy No R0 No No No
5 Mastectomy No R0 No No No
6 Mastectomy STSG R0a No Yes Yes
7 Mastectomy No R0 No No Yes
8 Mastectomy STSG R0 No Yes No
9 Mastectomy No R0 No Yes No
10 Local excision No R0a No Yes No
11 Mastectomy No R0 No No No
12 Mastectomy STSG R0 No Yes Yes
13 Mastectomy No R0a Radiotherapy Yes No
14 Local excision STSG R0 No No No
15 Mastectomy Muscle flap R2 Chemotherapy Yes Yes
16 Local excision No R0a No No No
17 Mastectomy STSG R2 No Yes Yes
18 Mastectomy No R2 No Yes No
19 Local excision STSG R2 No No Yes
20 Local excision No R0 No Yes No
21 Mastectomy STSG R1 No Yes No
22 Mastectomy No R0 No Yes Yes
23 Mastectomy No R2 No Yes Yes
24 Mastectomy No R0 No Yes No
25 Mastectomy STSG R0 No No Yes
26 Mastectomy STSG R2 No Yes Yes
27 Mastectomy STSG R0 No Yes Yes
28 Mastectomy No R0 No No No
29 Mastectomy Muscle flap + STSG R0a No No No
30 Local excision No R2 No Yes Yes
31 Local excision Muscle flap + STSG R0a No No No
  1. STSG split thickness skin graft
  2. aAfter two surgeries for the primary tumor