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Table 1 Clinicopathological characteristics of 106 patients with ICC enrolled in the study

From: Tumor-associated lymphangiogenesis predicts unfavorable prognosis of intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma

Clinicopathological Characteristics Value (%)
Median age (years) 60.0 (range, 35–82 years)
Gender
 Male 62 (58.5%)
 Female 44 (41.5%)
HBV infection
 Absent 64 (60.4%)
 Present 42 (39.6%)
Preoperative AFP (μg/l)
  < 9 78 (73.6%)
  ≥ 9 28 (26.4%)
Preoperative CA19–9 (U/ml)
  < 35 33 (31.1%)
  ≥ 35 73 (68.9%)
Tumor size (mm)
  < 50 45 (42.5%)
  ≥ 50 61 (57.5%)
Tumor number
 Single 89 (84.0%)
 Multiple 17 (16.0%)
Vascular invasion
 Absent 78 (73.6%)
 Present 28 (26.4%)
Lymph node metastasis
 Absent 58 (54.7%)
 Present 48 (45.3%)
Histologic differentiation
 Well or moderate 52 (49.1%)
 Poor 54 (50.9%)
Distribution
 Unilobar 41 (38.7%)
 Bilobar 65 (61.3%)
Perineural sheath infiltration
 Absent 92 (86.8%)
 Present 14 (13.2%)
TNM stage
 I 33 (31.1%)
 II 15 (14.2%)
 III 10 (9.4%)
 IV 48 (45.3%)
Tumor recurrence
 Absent 34 (32.1%)
 Present 72 (67.9%)