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06.08.2018 | Thoracic Oncology | Ausgabe 11/2018

Annals of Surgical Oncology 11/2018

Incidence and Distribution of Lobe-Specific Mediastinal Lymph Node Metastasis in Non-small Cell Lung Cancer: Data from 4511 Resected Cases

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Annals of Surgical Oncology > Ausgabe 11/2018
Autoren:
MD Run-Bin Liang, MD Jie Yang, PhD Tai-Shan Zeng, MD Hao Long, MD Jian-Hua Fu, MD Lan-Jun Zhang, MD Peng Lin, MD Xin Wang, MD Tie-Hua Rong, MD Xue Hou, MD Hao-Xian Yang
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Abstract

Objective

We aimed to investigate the incidence and distribution of mediastinal lymph node metastases (MLNM) in operable non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) with the purpose of guiding mediastinal lymph node dissection (MLND).

Methods

A total of 4511 NSCLC patients who underwent resection between January 2001 and December 2014 were included. These patients were preoperatively untreated and grouped according to the primary tumor lobes. The incidence and distribution of pathologic MLNM were compared among groups, and multivariate analysis was conducted to find the independent factors impacting MLNM.

Results

Lymph node involvement was observed in 1784 patients (39.5%). A total of 628 cases (13.9%) were N1-positive only, 752 cases (16.7%) were both N1- and N2-positive, and 404 cases (9.0%) were N2-positive only. The most common sites of mediastinal metastasis for different primary tumor lobes were the right upper lobe, station 4R (21.5%, 192/893); right middle lobe, station 7 (21.1%, 69/327); right lower lobe, station 7 (24.1%, 212/878); left upper lobe, station 5 (22.2%, 224/1008); and left lower lobe, station 7 (21.7%, 136/628). However, when only N2 cases were considered, each mediastinal lymph node zone can be involved with metastasis to a high proportion (> 5%). Multivariable analyses showed that poor cell differentiation, adenocarcinoma, larger tumor size, central type, and younger age were independent factors favoring MLNM.

Conclusions

Different primary tumor locations have a different propensity to be sites of MLNM; however, once MLNM occurs, each zone can be involved and should not be neglected. Systematic MLND is the preferred procedure for operable NSCLC.

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