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Table 1 The clinicopathological features of 48 patients with breast cancer

From: Altered monocyte differentiation and macrophage polarization patterns in patients with breast cancer

  Case number Percent
Age
  < 55-year-old 22 45.8
  ≥ 55-year-old 26 54.2
Histopathological type
 In situ Ductal carcinoma 6 12.5
 In situ Lobular carcinoma 1 2.0
 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma 38 79.2
 Others* 3 6.3
Stage
 0 8 16.7
 I 24 50.0
 II 13 27.0
 III 3 6.3
 IV 0 0.0
Histologic grade
 1 9 18.7
 2 26 54.2
 3 10 20.8
 unclear 3 6.3
Pathological tumor stage
 0# 8 16.6
 1 21 43.8
 2 & 3 19 39.6
Lymph node status (positive node)
 0 35 72.9
 1–3 11 22.9
  > 104–9 0 0.0
  > 10 2 4.2
Lymph-vascular invasion
 Absent 40 83.3
 Present 8 16.7
Human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2)
 Negative 29 60.4
 Positive 19 39.6
Estrogen receptor (ER)
 Negative 11 22.9
 Positive 37 77.1
Progesterone receptor (PR)
 Negative 11 22.9
 Positive 37 77.1
Ki67
20% 20 41.7
  > 20% 21 43.8
 Non-detection 7 14.5
Received chemotherapy
 No 30 62.5
 Yes 18 37.5
Received radiation therapy
 No 16 33.3
 Yes 32 66.7
Received target therapy
 No 37 77.1
 Yes 11 22.9
  1. *: One is papillary carcinoma, one is mucinous adenocarcinoma and one is Paget disease. #: One of pathological tumor stage 0 is Paget disease