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Evidence-based Tumor Staging of Skeletal Chondrosarcoma.

骨骼软骨肉瘤的循证肿瘤分期。

  • 影响因子:6.06
  • DOI:10.1097/PAS.0000000000001397
  • 作者列表:"Compton ML","Cates JMM
  • 发表时间:2020-01-01
Abstract

:The eighth edition of the American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC) staging system has introduced major changes for the staging of skeletal sarcomas. However, it is unclear if these changes improve the predictive value for chondrosarcomas of the nonpelvic appendicular and nonspinal axial skeleton. Specifically, there is no clear evidence that supports the use of the proposed binary size cutoff of 8 cm for risk stratification, nor is a rationale provided for the categorization of grade 2 chondrosarcomas as high grade. The prognostic value of various anatomic and pathologic factors including tumor size, histologic grade, site of metastasis, and local tumor extent was evaluated using a cohort of patients derived from the National Cancer Database (N=3946). A simplified evidence-based staging system for chondrosarcoma (the Vanderbilt Staging System) was developed based on histologic subtype, histologic grade, and presence of metastatic disease. The predictive accuracy for 5-year overall survival was evaluated for the AJCC 8th edition, Musculoskeletal Tumor Society, and Vanderbilt Staging Systems by comparing areas under receiver operating characteristic curves generated from logistic regression analysis. Three different concordance indices and Bayesian information criterion were also calculated for model comparisons. The Vanderbilt Staging System showed significantly improved predictive accuracy for 5-year survival (82±2%) compared with the AJCC (79±2%; P=0.0075) and Musculoskeletal Tumor Society systems (76±2%; P<0.00005) in a separate validation cohort. Furthermore, the Vanderbilt Staging System showed significantly higher concordance with clinical outcomes for 2 of 3 examined indices and significantly greater extent of explained variation compared with the other 2 staging systems.

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: 第八版美国癌症联合委员会 (AJCC) 分期系统对骨骼肌肉瘤的分期进行了重大变革。然而,尚不清楚这些变化是否能提高非骨盆附件和非脊柱中轴骨骼软骨肉瘤的预测价值。具体而言,没有明确的证据支持使用建议的二进制大小截断值 8 cm进行风险分层,也没有为 2 级软骨肉瘤的分类提供理由。各种解剖和病理因素的预后价值,包括肿瘤大小,组织学分级,转移部位,使用来自国家癌症数据库的患者队列 (N = 3946) 评估局部肿瘤范围。基于组织学亚型、组织学分级和转移性疾病的存在,开发了一个简化的软骨肉瘤循证分期系统 (Vanderbilt分期系统)。通过比较logistic回归分析生成的受试者工作特征曲线下面积,评价AJCC第 8 版、肌肉骨骼肿瘤学会和Vanderbilt分期系统 5 年总生存期的预测准确性。还计算了三种不同的一致性指数和贝叶斯信息准则进行模型比较。与AJCC (79 ± 2%; P = 2%) 相比,Vanderbilt分期系统显示 5 年生存率的预测准确性显著提高 (82 ± 0.0075) 和肌肉骨骼肿瘤学会系统 (76 ± 2%; P<0.00005) 在单独的验证队列中。此外,与其他 2 个分期系统相比,Vanderbilt分期系统显示出 3 个检查指标中 2 个与临床结局的一致性显著较高,解释的变异程度显著较大。

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骨肿瘤方向

骨肿瘤是发生于骨骼或其附属组织的肿瘤。有良性,恶性之分,良性骨肿瘤易根治,预后良好,恶性骨肿瘤发展迅速,预后不佳,死亡率高。

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