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Table 1 Reported angiosarcoma cases, 1974–2008

From: Angiosarcoma of the nasal cavity: a case report

Author Case Age Sex Location Size Time of evolution before diagnosis Symptoms Treatment
Pisani 1 67 F Hypopharynx 4 cm NR Dysphagia and dysphonía Total pharyngolaryngectomy + RT
Solomons 2 33 M Maxillary sinus NR 6 months Epistaxis Maxillectomy + RT
Kimura 3 8 M Nasal cavity NR 12 months Epistaxis Maxillectomy + Rhinotomy
Maheshwar 4 76 M Oropharynx 7.5 × 4.5 cm 7 months Throat pain pharyngopalatectomy + RT
Mcclatchey 5 26 F Maxillary sinus NR 1 month Epistaxis RT
Williamson 6 48 M Maxillary sinus NR 6 months Pain and malar edema RT + Maxillectomy
Bankaci 7 68 M Maxillary sinus NR 36 months Epistaxis, pain and diplopia Maxillectomy + RT
Sharma 8 10 M Maxillary sinus NR NR molar pain and maxillary edema Maxillectomy + RT
Lanigan 9 73 M Maxilla and maxillary sinus 5 × 3 cm 2 months Intraoral mass and hemorrhage Hemimaxillectomy + RT
Zacharides 10 68 F Maxilla NR 2 months Orbital pain Chemotherapy
Zakzewska 11 58 M Maxilla NR 6 months Hemorrhagic lesion Maxillectomy
Kurien 12 38 M Nasal cavity 4 × 2 cm 2 months Nasal obstruction RT + Maxillectomy
Oliver 13 69 F Oral cavity NR 3 months Facial paralysis Chemotherapy
Ferlitio 14 73 M Larynx 2 cm 8 months Dysphagia Pharyngotomy
Ordóñez 15 52 F Nasal cavity 5 × 4 cm 2 months Cephalalgia and epiphora Cranial-facial Resection + RT
Fukushima 16 55 M Nasal cavity NR 4 months Epistaxis Recombinant IL-2 + Rhinotomy + PO RT
Treviño 17 33 M Nasal cavity 3 cm 5 months Epistaxis Ucinate process and lateral nasal wall resection, partial turbinectomy of the middle turbinate + RT
  1. NR – not referred; RT – radiotherapy; PO – Postoperative