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Table 1 Baseline clinicopathological characteristics of patients with bladder cancer

From: Preoperative Prognostic Nutritional Index is a Significant Predictor of Survival with Bladder Cancer after Radical Cystectomy: a retrospective study

Characteristics Total n = 516
Age, years, median (IQR) 66 (35–91)
Female sex, n (%) 80 (15.5%)
Histology type, n (%)  
 UC 488 (94.6%)
 NUC 28 (5.4%)
Pathological grade, n (%)  
 2 131 (25.4%)
 3 385 (74.6%)
Smoking history 161 (31.2%)
Diabetes Mellitus 56 (10.9%)
Hypertension 149 (28.9%)
Heart disease 55 (10.7%)
Cerebrovascular disease 17 (3.3%)
pT stage, n (%)  
 1 162 (31.4%)
 2 161 (31.2%)
 3 105 (20.3%)
 4 88 (17.1%)
pN status, n (%)  
 negative 81 (15.7%)
 positive 435 (84.3%)
ASA grade, n (%)  
 1&2 436 (84.5%)
 3&4 80 (15.5%)
Surgery style  
 open 409 (79.3%)
 laparoscopic 107 (20.7%)
Postoperative complications  
 present 73 (8.3%)
 absent 443 (91.7%)
Anemia  
 present 144 (27.9%)
 absent 372 (72.1%)
Hypoalbuminemia  
 present 74 (14.3%)
 absent 442 (85.7%)
NLR, median (IQR) 2.34 (1.74–3.49)
PLR, median (IQR) 133.8 (98.22–180.22)
LMR, median (IQR) 4.37 (3.30–5.72)
PNI, median (IQR) 47.8 (44.66–51.58)
  1. UC urothelial carcinoma, NUC non-urothelial carcinoma, ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists, PNI prognostic nutritional index, NLR neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio, PLR platelet-lymphocyte ratio, LMR lymphocyte-monocyte ratio, IQR, interquartile range