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Table 1 Clinicopathological data of 270 patients with oral squamous cell carcinoma

From: ITGA3 and ITGB4 expression biomarkers estimate the risks of locoregional and hematogenous dissemination of oral squamous cell carcinoma

Clinicopathological factor   No. of patients (%)
  Total 270
Observation period (days) 61-2182 (average, 1253.79)  
Age (years) 21 - 92 (average, 66.70)  
Sex Male 166 (61.48)
  Female 104 (38.52)
Tumor size (mm)1 5-60 (average, 26.63)  
  ≤20 86 (31.85)
  21-30 97 (35.93)
  31-40 62 (22.96)
  >40 25 (9.26)
Tumor status2 T1 83 (30.74)
  T2 123 (45.56)
  T3 5 (1.85)
  T4 59 (21.85)
Lymph node metastasis3 pN0 149 (55.19)
  pN1 41 (15.18)
  pN2 80 (29.63)
  pN3 0 (0)
Histologic grade (YK4)4 1-3 115 (42.59)
  4c-d 155 (57.41)
Surgical margin5 Negative 244 (90.37)
  Positive 26 (9.63)
Primary site recurrence Negative 240 (88.89)
  Positive 30 (11.11)
Distant metastasis Negative 256 (94.81)
  Positive 14 (5.19)
Death outcome6 Alive 233 (86.30)
  Dead 37 (13.70)
  1. 1Major width of the tumor. 2Tumor (T) category according to the International Union Against Cancer (UICC) TNM classification of malignant tumors of the lip and oral cavity. 3Lymph node (pN) category determined by pathologic examination of a surgical specimen, according to the UICC TNM classification of malignant tumors of the lip and oral cavity. 4Histopathologic classification of oral squamous cell carcinoma (YK grade) according to Yamamoto et al., 1983 (10). 5Histological tumor status of the surgical margin. 6Death outcome from uncontrollable oral squamous cell carcinoma.