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Table 2 Clinical pathological feature of the selected patients

From: Nuclear shape, architecture and orientation features from H&E images are able to predict recurrence in node-negative gastric adenocarcinoma

Variable Sub variables Total (%) D1 (%) D2/D3 (%)
Number of patients   160 60 100
Age   62.1 ± 9.0 63.9 ± 5.7 59.1 ± 10.1
Sex Male 95 (59.4) 25 (41.7) 60 (60.0)
Female 65 (40.6) 35 (58.3) 40 (40.0)
Patient status Alive 120 (75.0) 43 (71.7) 77 (77.0)
Dead 40 (25.0) 17 (28.3) 23 (23.0)
Recurrence Yes 36 (22.5) 15 (25.0) 21 (21.0)
No 124 (77.5) 45 (75.0) 79 (79.0)
Tumor diameter (cm) < 5 103 (65.6) 40 (66.7) 63 (63.0)
≥ 5 57 (35.6) 20 (33.3) 37 (37.0)
Invasion depth Out 92 (57.5) 35 (58.3) 57 (57.0)
In 68 (42.5) 25 (41.7) 43 (43.0)
T stage T1/T2 89 (55.6) 32 (53.3) 57 (57.0)
T3/T4 71 (44.4) 28 (46.7) 43 (43.0)
Histology grade W/M 99 (61.9) 38 (63.3) 61 (61.0)
Poorly 61 (38.1) 22 (36.7) 39 (39.0)
Postoperative-chemotherapy Yes 45 (28.1) 17 (8.3) 28 (28.0)
No 115 (71.9) 43 (71.7) 72 (72.0)
Manual nuclear atypia grading Low 102 (75.0) 37 (61.7) 65 (65.0)
High 58 (25.0) 23 (38.3) 35 (35.0)
  1. Out out of serosa, in invasion of serosa, W/M well and moderate-differentiated, poorly poorly-differentiated