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Table 2 Histological characteristics of colorectal cancer tumours by post-operative stage and by Consensus Molecular Subtype

From: Molecular subtyping improves prognostication of Stage 2 colorectal cancer

 Poorly diff %Mucinous %LVI %EMVI %PNI %
TNM111.47.511.300
TNM21812.523.479.4
TNM318.19.546.726.718.1
TNM422.79.172.740.931.8
P-value0.57370.7864<  0.001<  0.001<  0.001
CMS148.32031.713.38.3
CMS292.828.815.211.7
CMS310.518.431.67.97.9
CMS417.611.835.323.523.5
P-value*<  0.0010.00010.86860.44970.3334
  1. Histological characteristics of colorectal cancer tumours by tumour-node-metastasis (TNM) stage and by Consensus Molecular Subtype (CMS) given as percentages. P-value* is derived from analysis of classified tumours only and a P-value of < 0.05 is considered significant. Poorly diff Poorly differentiated, LVI Lymphovascular invasion, EMVI Extramural venous invasion, PNI Perineural invasion