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Table 1 Case reports of primary nasopharyngeal Hodgkin's disease in the literature: patient characteristics.

From: Primary nasopharyngeal Hodgkin's disease: case report and literature review

Author Age Sex Stage Treatment Response DFS
Our Case 40 M IIE Aa CT 4 × COP/ABV→RT PR 75% 30 m
Atasoy 2006 [4] 45 F IE A RT CR 26 m
Kochbati 2006 [5]       
   Case 1 41 M IE Aa RT CR 3 y
   Case 2 36 M IIE Aa CT 3 × ABVD→RT PR 90% 6 m
   Case 3 77 F IIE Aa CT 3 × ABVD→RT PR nv
Hollander 2004 [6] 36 M IIE CT 6 × ABVD→RT CR 6 m
Takashima 2003 [7] 46 M IE A CT 3 × ABVD→RT CR 6 m
Anselmo 2002 [2]       
   Case 1 44 M IIE A RT (mantle) CR 24 y
   Case 2 47 M IIE A CT 2 × ABVD→RT CR 6 y
   Case 3 40 M IIE A CT 4 × ABVD→RT CR 8 y
   Case 4 34 M IE A   CR 6 y
   Case 5 25 M IIE A CT 2 × ABVD→RT CR 6 y
   Case 6 43 M IIE A CT 4 × ABVD→RT CR 3 m
   Case 7 29 M IIE A CT 2 × ABVD→RT CR 1 m
Herrmann 2002 [8] 43 F IE A Compl resection CR 14 m
Folz 2000 [9] 45 M IIE A Partial resection PR nv
Molony 1998 [10] 46 M IIE Aa CT 3 × CVPP→RT CR nv
Daniel 1988 [11] 23 M IE Adenoidectomy + RT CR 7 y
O'Reilly 1987 [12] 62 M IE A RT CR 14 m
  1. DFS: disease-free survival, M: male, F: female, CT: chemotherapy, RT: radiotherapy, ABVD: Adriamycin (doxorubicin), bleomycin, vinblastine, dacarbazine, COP: cyclophosphamide, Oncovin (vincristine), prednisolone, Compl: complete, CR: complete response, PR: partial response, m: months, y: years, nv: not valuable.