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Table 1 Literature review of 6 cases of primary vaginal Ewing's sarcoma/primitive neuroectodemal tumor (PNET)

From: Primary vaginal Ewing's sarcoma or primitive neuroectodermal tumor in a 17-year-old woman: a case report

Sr No Study Age T-size IHC profile Mol. Results Treatment Outcome
1 Vang et al. [4] (2000) 35 3 cm. VIM+, MIC2+ EWS/FLI1+ WE +CT+RT FOD (19 mo)
2 Farley et al. [5](2000) 35 4 cm. MIC2+ NP CT+EBRT+ICBT FOD (48 mo)
3 Petkovic et al. [6](2002) 45 9 cm. MIC2+ NP CT+EBRT+ICBT AWD (18 mo)
4 Liao et al. [7](2004) 30 5 cm. VIM+, MIC2+, FLI1+, synaptophysin+, neuron specific enolase (NSE)+, S-100+ NP TAH, BSO+ CT FOD (36 mo)
5 McCluggage et al. [8] (2007) 40 8 cm. VIM+, MIC2+, FLI1- EWS-
6 Present case (2009) 17 10 cm. VIM+, MIC2+, FLI1+, BCL2+ EWSR1/FLI1+ CT+Local RT On Follow-up
  1. T-size, tumor size in largest dimension; IHC, immunohistochemistry; VIM, Vimentin; Mol., molecular; NK, Not Known: +, positive; -, negative; NP, Not Performed; ∞, Details could not be procured; WE, wide excision; CT, Chemotherapy; EBRT, external beam radiotherapy; ICBT, intracavitatory brachytherapy; TAH+BSO, total abdominal hysterectomy + bilateral salpingoopherectomy; FOD, free of disease; mo, months; AWD, alive with disease.