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Table 1 Demographics of 45 patients with combined hepatocellular-cholangiocarcinoma

From: Combined hepatocellular carcinoma and cholangiocarcinoma (biphenotypic) tumors: clinical characteristics, imaging features of contrast-enhanced ultrasound and computed tomography

  Number (%) Mean ± SD Median (range)
Age (year)   52.8 ± 10.4 51.5 (28–74)
Male/female 40/5   
AFP (ng/ml)   680.8 ± 1700.2 68.6 (1.02–9675)
  ≤ 20 17 (37.8)   
 21–200 15 (33.3)   
  > 200 13 (28.9)   
Underling liver disease    
 Cirrhosis 30 (66.7)   
 Chronic hepatitis B 4 (8.9)   
 Chronic hepatitis C    
 Alcoholic 3 (6.7)   
 Chronic hepatitis B and alcoholic 5 (11.1)   
 No evidence of chronic liver disease 3 (6.7)   
Nodule size (cm)   5.3 ± 3.2 4.5 (1.5–13.8)
  < 5 cm 24 (53.3)   
 5–10 cm 15 (33.3)   
  > 10 cm 6 (13.3)   
Number of nodules    
 Single 38 (84.4)   
 Two 6 (13.3)   
 More than three 1 (2.2)   
Location of nodules    
 Left lobe 8 (17.8)   
 Right lobe 31 (68.9)   
 Both left and right lobe 3 (6.7)   
 Caudate lobe 3 (6.7)   
Echogenicity of nodules    
 Hypoechoic 23 (51.1)   
 Isoechoic 2 (4.4)   
 Hyperechoic 12 (26.7)   
 Mixed 8 (17.8)