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Table 1 Basic characteristics of clinicopathological features of patients with different monocyte counts

From: High postoperative monocyte indicates inferior Clinicopathological characteristics and worse prognosis in lung adenocarcinoma or squamous cell carcinoma after lobectomy

Category N (%) Preoperative monocyte (109/L) Postoperative monocyte (109/L)
< 0.375 ≥0.375 < 0.845 ≥0.845
Gender
 Male 278(64.2%) 122 156 155 123
 Female 155(35.8%) 128 27 116 39
Age 433(100%) 61.08 ± 9.74 59.9 ± 10.47 60.2 ± 10.05 61.21 ± 10.08
Smoking history
 Yes 258(59.7%) 115 143 148 110
 No 174(40.3%) 135 39 123 51
Location
 Left superior 128(29.6%) 74 54 80 48
 Left inferior 62(14.3) 39 23 40 22
 Right superior 128(29.6%) 79 49 80 48
 Right middle 44(10.2) 24 20 24 20
 Right inferior 71(16.4%) 34 37 47 24
Procedure
 VATS 221(51%) 139 82 148 73
 Thoracotomy 212(49%) 111 101 123 89
T stage
 T1 84(19.4%) 58 26 50 34
 T2 279(64.4%) 161 118 178 101
 T3 55(12.7%) 26 29 31 24
 T4 15(3.5%) 5 10 12 3
N stage
 N0 268(62.0%) 158 110 184 84
 N1 71(16.4%) 35 36 42 29
 N2 93(21.5%) 56 37 45 48
Stage
 I 205(47.3%) 126 79 139 66
 II 107(24.7%) 59 48 68 39
 IIIA 121(27.9%) 65 56 64 57
Histological type
 Adenocarcinoma 259(59.8%) 181 78 168 91
 Squamous carcinoma 174(40.2%) 69 105 103 71
Differentiation
 Well 11(2.6%) 8 3 9 2
 Moderate 261(61.7%) 155 106 159 102
 Poor 151(35.7%) 80 71 98 53
  1. T stage tumour, N stage node, VATS Video-assistant thoracoscopic surgery, N cases sample size
  2. aSignificance of Fisher’s exact test, X2-test or t-test. P < 0.05 was considered statistically significant