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Table 2 Clinicopathological characteristics of the the included 89 patients

From: Occult invasive cervical cancer after simple hysterectomy: a multi-center retrospective study of 89 cases

Parameter Number of patient Percent (%)
Age (Mean, range) 45.2 ± 11.9, (29–72)
  ≤45 52 58.4
  >45 37 41.6
Histology
  SCCa 75 84.3 %
  ADb 12 13.5 %
  ASCc 2 2.2 %
Grade
  1 30 33.7
  2 46 51.7
  3 13 14.6
Tumor width (Mean, range) 12.5 ± 9.1, (3–35)
  ≤20 mm 69 77.5
  >20 mm 20 22.5
Stromal invasion depth (Mean, range) 5.6 ± 3.9, (2–21)
  ≤5 mm 66 74.2
  >5 mm 23 25.8
LVSId
  + 22 24.7
  - 67 75.3
Positive margin in hysterectomy specimens 3 3.4
  Vaginal invasion 1 1.1
  Parametrial invasion 2 2.2
Lymphadenectomy
  + 76 85.4
  - 13 14.6
LNMe 6 7.9
  Pelvic 6 7.9
  Para-aortic 1 1.3
Adjuvant therapy
  RTf 36 40.4
  CTg 26 29.2
  Observation 48 53.9
Follow-up (Month, range) 52.7 ± 27.2, (7–120)
Relapse 4 4.5
Status at last contact
  NEDi 85 95.5
  AWDj 1 1.1
  DODk 3 3.4
5-year RFSl (%) 93.9
5- year OSm (%) 94.7
  1. Note: aSquamous cell carcinoma; bAdenocarcinoma; cAdenosquamous carcinoma; dLymph node metastasis; eLymphovascular space involvement; fRadiotherapy; gChemoradiation therapy; hChemotherapy; iNo evidence of the disease; jAlive with the disease; kDead of the disease; lRelapse -free survival; and mOverall survival