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Table 1 Demographic characteristics and clinicopathologic data in the study group

From: Prediction of 5–year overall survival in cervical cancer patients treated with radical hysterectomy using computational intelligence methods

Number of patients 102
Median age 46 (29–73)
Median BMI [kg/m2] 25.1 (17.5–45.0)
Hormonal status   
  Premenopausal 71
  Postmenopausal 31
Concomitant diseases   
  Hypertension 21
  Diabetes mellitus 3
  Ischaemic heart diseaase 6
  Others 3
FIGO stage   
  IA2 15
  IB1 51
  IB2 8
  IIA 7
  IIB 21
Histologic type   
  Squamous 91
  Non-squamous 11
Grading   
  G1 19
  G2 62
  G3 21
Median surgery time [min] 190 (80–310)
Median blood lost (Hb) [g%] 3.9 (0.3–7.8)
Tumour size [cm]   
  ≤4 69
  >4 33
Median number of removed lymph nodes 13 (1–40)
Lymph nodes status   
  Negative 77
  Positive 25
Median number of positive lymph nodes 0 (0–9)
Median lymph node ratio 0 (0–1)
Lymph-vascular space invasion   
  Absent 83
  Present 19
Deep stromal invasion   
  Absent 66
  Present 36
Parametrium infiltration   
  Absent 78
  Present 24
Surgical margins status   
  Negative 89
  Positive 13
Intraoperative complications 5
Postoperative complications 42
Type of complications   
  Mild 38
  Moderate 2
  Severe 7
Median hospital stay [days] 12 (5–49)
Postoperative radiotherapy   
  Yes 57
  No 45
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