Table 1 Clinical, pathological and genetic characteristics of cases with primary PDAC that underwent a completion pancreatectomy for development of a second PDAC in the remnant pancreas

From: Pancreatic cancer arising in the remnant pancreas is not always a relapse of the preceding primary

Patient, age, gender 1st PDAC R Positive margin Months after 1st op 2nd PDAC Classification of recurrence
  Operation G T N Histology Mutations     Location G T N Histology Mutations  
1) 72, f Whipple 2 2 1 Conventional KRAS: p.G12D TP53: p.Q104X 1 Mesenteric vein 38 Peri - anastomotic 2 2 1 Conventional KRAS: p.G12D TP53: p.Q104X True Recurrence
2) 74, f Whipple 2 2 1 Conventional KRAS: p.G12V 0 / 50 2, 3 cm from anastomosis 3 2 0 UND with osteoclast cells KRAS: p.G12D TP53: p.R290Pfs Independent
3) 67, f DP 3 3 1 Conventional KRAS: p.G12R 0 / 36 Head 3 2 0 Conventional KRAS: p.G12R True Recurrence
4) 63, m Whipple 2 3 1 Cribriform KRAS: p.G12V 0 / 48 Distal tail 2 2 1 Conventional KRAS: p.G12D Independent
5) 54, m Whipple 2 3 1 Conventional KRAS: p.G12D 0 / 36 1, 5 cm from anastomosis 2 2 1 Micropapillary KRAS: p.G12D Undetermined
6) 53, f Whipple 3 2 1 Conventional KRAS: p.G12R 1 Mesenteric vein 16 Peri - anastomotic 2 2 1 Conventional KRAS: p.G12R True Recurrence
           Distal tail 3 1c 1 Conventional KRAS: p.G12R