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1 Soft Tissue Sarcoma An Overview & Update
Mohamed Abdulla (M.D.) Ass. Prof. Clinical Oncology Kasr El-Aini School of Medicine Cairo University April, 2007

2 Prevalence & Problems:
1% of all human cancers. 50 histological subtypes. Small peak of incidence in early childhood “embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma”. Increased frequency with age. Limbs, Abdominal Cavity & Retroperitoneum, Thoracic then Head & Neck Region.

3 Mesenchymal Cell of Origin
Bone Ligament Muscle Tendon Cartilage Fat

4 Molecular Data are More Important than Site of Origin in Determining Prognosis & Treatment Options

5 Sarcomas with Complex Karyotype Abnormalities:
Fibrosarcoma. Leiomyosarcoma. Osteosarcoma. Chondrosarcoma. Liposarcoma. Rhabdomyosarcoma. Malignant Schwannoma & Neurofibrosarcoma. Angiosarcoma.

6 Evaluation of The 1ry Lesion:
Plain Radiography. Low Cost. Informative. Benign, Aggressive or Malignant Lesion. Calcification in Soft Tissue Extension

7 Evaluation of The 1ry Lesion:
MRI: Spiral CT-Scan: Tissue of Origin. Location & Extent. Relationship to Surroundings. Define Further Steps of Locoregional Management. Better for Chest & Abdominal Lesions.

8 Evaluation of The Systemic Extent:
CT-Scan of The Chest. FDG-PET Scan. Isotopic Bone Scan. Bone Marrow Examination. Others.

9 Biopsy: FNAC. True Cut Biopsy. Excisional Biopsy. Incisional Biopsy.
Adequate Amount of Tissues. Not to Compromise Oncologic Safety.

10 Surgical Aspects:

11 5-Yr Survival Stage % I 86 II 72 III 52 IV 10-20

12 Improvement of Disease Specific Survival “DSS”
Improvement in Local Control Eradication of Micrometastases

13 The Use of Radiation Therapy:
High Grade Lesions. Intermediate Grade with Positive Margins. Recurrent Tumors. Low Grade Lesions. Retroperitoneal Disease. External Beam RTh or Brachytherapy. Optimal Timing. Dose to Be Delivered. Advanced Technology Local Recurrence 10% Amputation Rate 5%

14 No Need For Further Therapy
Systemic Therapy: 75% of All Patients with Localized Extremity STS will not Relapse After Local Treatment. No Need For Further Therapy

15 High Risk Patients: Large Tumors > 5 cm. High Grade Lesions.
Deep Lesions to Investing Fascia. Recurrent Tumors at Presentations. Leiomyosarcoma & PNST. Locations other than Extremities.?? Positive Margins.??

16 Doxorubicin Experience: The Lancet Sarcoma Meta-analysis; 1997:
10% in DFS (p < 0.05) 4% in OAS (p > 0.05) 7% in OAS with Extremities Disease (p < 0.05)

17 Ifosfamide Experience:
Italian Cooperative Trial; 2001 UCLA, JCO; 2001 DFS Advantage. Insignificant Impact OAS. Improvement is Restricted to HIGH RISK PATIENTS.

18 Adjuvant Chemotherapy:
Superiority of Doxorubicin Based Regimens only in Terms of DFS. (Mayo Clinic; 1984 & EORTC; 1994). Sarcoma Meta-Analysis Collaboration: 1997 27% reduction in risk of LR. Distant Recurrence Free Survival. Marginal Improvement in OS EORTC Adjuvant Trial (High Dose Therapy with Growth Factor Support).

19 Neo-Adjuvant Chemotherapy:
Neo-adjuvant + Surgery vs Surgery: No Survival Advantage. (Gortzak et al, Eur J Cancer; 2001) Neo-adjuvant vs Adjuvant: No Superiority (DeLaney et al, Int J Oncol Biol Phys; 2003).

20 To Treat or Not?? Adjuvant Treatment: Neo-Adjuvant: Yes Not Yet ??

21 Metastatic & Unresectable Disease:
Doxorubicin/Ifosfamide with Dose Escalation. Gemcitabine & Combinations. Paclitaxel in Angiosarcoma. Bortezomib. 9-Nitrocampothecin. Imatinib Mesylate. Liposomal Doxorubicin.

22 Gemcitabine & Combinations.
Single Agent Activity: 18% (2-13 months). Protracted Infusion : (Median Survival 13 ms). Gem/Docetaxel: 35% in all Types 50% in Leiomyosarcoma. Gem/Venoralbine.

23 Paclitaxel in Angiosarcoma: MSKCC
Phase II. 80% 5 months. Liposomal Doxorubicin vs Doxorubicin: EORTC Phase II. 10% & 9% 4 months.


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