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Table 2 Univariate Cox proportional regression of each factors’ value in predicting CSS

From: A novel prognostic model predicting the long-term cancer-specific survival for patients with hypopharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma

  Bate value HR 95%CI of HR P value
Age (Continuous variable) 0.010 1.011 1.003–1.018 0.006
Sex
Female vs. Male −0.154 0.858 0.699–1.052 0.141
Race
White vs. Black −0.361 0.697 0.578–0.840 < 0.001
Other vs. Black −0.347 0.706 0.512–0.975 0.034
Grade
Grade III-IV vs. Grade I-II 0.000 1.000 0.843–1.188 0.997
AJCC Stage
II vs. I 0.928 2.529 0.981–6.519 0.055
III vs. I 1.400 4.055 1.648–9.978 0.002
IV vs. I 2.009 7.457 3.091–17.988 < 0.001
T stage
T2 vs. T1 0.539 1.715 1.195–2.460 0.003
T3 vs. T1 1.072 2.922 2.037–4.191 < 0.001
T4 vs. T1 1.313 3.717 2.613–5.287 < 0.001
N stage
N1 vs. N0 0.176 1.193 0.924–1.540 0.176
N2 vs. N0 0.494 1.639 1.341–2.002 < 0.001
N3 vs. N0 0.826 2.284 1.666–3.131 < 0.001
M stage
M1 vs. M0 1.259 3.523 2.861–4.338 < 0.001
Surgery
Yes vs. No −0.416 0.660 0.533–0.816 < 0.001
Radiotherapy
Yes vs. No −1.044 0.352 0.297–0.418 < 0.001
Chemotherapy
Yes vs. No −0.389 0.678 0.576–0.797 < 0.001
  1. HR Hazard ratio, CI Confidence interval, CSS Cancer-specific survival
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