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Table 4 Univariate analysis of 14 variables related to survival of GBC patients who underwent surgical resection with curative intent (n = 192)

From: The prognostic importance of jaundice in surgical resection with curative intent for gallbladder cancer

Variable Cutoff level Number Survival rates (%) p-value
  3 year 5 year  
Age (year) 0.012
  < 60 107 43.2 39.0  
  ≥ 60 85 25.5 15.3  
Sex 0.805
  Male 66 34.9 24.4  
  Female 126 35.9 29.7  
Jaundice < 0.001
  Present 47 6.0 6.0  
  Absent 145 42.9 36.0  
Associated gallstone 0.577
  Present 106 35.3 25.8  
  Absent 86 35.3 30.9  
Curability      < 0.001
  Curative 163 40.4 32.1  
  Non-curative 29 7.9 7.9  
Tumor location < 0.001
Gallbladder neck 54 12.7 9.5  
Gallbladder body/fundus 138 44.0 35.9  
pT (TNM)      < 0.001
  pT1 and 2 95 57.4 49.5  
  pT3 and 4 97 12.8 6.4  
Lymph node metastasis < 0.001
  Negative 90 55.1 43.5  
  Positive 102 17.5 14.6  
Histologic differentiation 0.154
Well/Moderate 161 36.0 30.8  
  Poor 31 32.1 11.5  
Hepatic invasion < 0.001
  Present 90 14.2 6.7  
  Absent 102 53.1 45.9  
CRAO      < 0.001
  Present 15 0.0 0.0  
  Absent 177 36.0 28.7  
Combined portal vein/hepatic artery resection 0.041
  Present 5 0.0 0.0  
  Absent 187 37.8 30.1  
Intraoperative blood infusion 0.011
  Present 44 16.6 5.5  
  Absent 148 41.1 35.2  
Adjuvant therapy 0.782
  Yes 28 31.6 13.2  
  No 164 35.8 30.4  
  Overall 192 35.3 28.1