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Table 1 Patients’ and tumor characteristics

From: Impact of radiotherapy in the management of locally advanced extrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma

  All patients (n=30) Locally advanced cholangiocarcinoma (n=24) Local relapse of cholangiocarcinoma (n=6)
Age at diagnosis (years) Median (range) 68,3 (46–84) 71,2 (46–84) 59,6 (50–68)
Gender    
Male 19 (63%) 14 (58%) 5 (83%)
Female 11 (37%) 10 (42%) 1 (17%)
Performance status    
0 1 (3%) 1 (4%) 0
1 21 (70%) 15 (63%) 6 (100%)
2 5 (17%) 5 (21%) 0
3 3 (10%) 3 (12%) 0
Tumor size (mm) Mean (range) - 36 (12–83) -
Location    
Hilar - 16 (67%) -
Intermediate - 2 (8%) -
Distal - 6 (25%) -
T (TNM classification)    
T1 - 1 (4%) -
T2 - 2 (8%) -
T3 - 12 (50%) -
T4 - 6 (25%) -
ND - 3 (13%) -
N (TNM classification)    
N0 - 11 (46%) -
N1 - 11 (46%) -
ND - 2 (8%) -
Bismuth classification    
I - 9 (38%) -
III - 4 (16%) -
IV - 11 (46%) -
Follow-up (months)    
Median (range) 61,7 (5–180) 54,8 (5–131) 117 (58–180)
Alive at last follow-up: N 2 2 0