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Table 3 Summary estimates of the hazard ratio (HR) and 95% CI of sensitivity analysis of overall survival (OS) for the meta-analysis

From: Ki-67 is a valuable prognostic predictor of lymphoma but its utility varies in lymphoma subtypes: evidence from a systematic meta-analysis

Study omitted Estimated HR Low value of 95% CI High value of 95% CI
Slymen (1990) [39] 1.6952128 1.4201434 2.023561
Miller (1994) [38] 1.6858797 1.4149985 2.0086172
Morente (1997) [37] 1.8667241 1.5154643 2.2994003
Sanchez (1998) [36] 1.7437564 1.4534081 2.092108
Raty (2002) [35] 1.6774691 1.4068271 2.0001767
Provencio (2003) [34] 1.7260282 1.4445214 2.0623949
Jerkeman (2004) [9] 1.8312747 1.52944 2.1926765
Martinez (2004) [32] 1.6864121 1.414325 2.010843
Bahnassy (2006) [31] 1.7862245 1.4921515 2.1382532
Kim (2007) [30] 1.7185497 1.439151 2.052191
Hasselblom (2008) [10] 1.8081217 1.5098257 2.1653519
Szczuraszek (2008) [28] 1.7200329 1.438033 2.0573335
Determann (2008) [29] 1.8672591 1.4851215 2.3477252
Ott (2010) [22] 1.8099216 1.5055193 2.1758716
Goy (2010) [8] 1.7372652 1.4506446 2.0805168
Yoon (2010) [24] 1.7240045 1.4422258 2.0608363
Chung (2010) [25] 1.6677585 1.4008845 1.9854728
Salles (2011) [19] 1.7680753 1.4731554 2.1220372
Gaudio (2011) [20] 1.7206854 1.4363353 2.0613279
Song (2011) [21] 1.7479872 1.4580686 2.0955524
Geisler (2012) [6] 1.7052457 1.4261276 2.0389924
Li (2012) [7] 1.8065342 1.4892573 2.1914051
Li (2013) [5] 1.7072812 1.430741 2.0372725
Salek (2013) [40] 1.7172997 1.4338397 2.0567975