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Table 2 Clinicopathological characteristics of 55 patients

From: Prognostic significance of natural killer cell-associated markers in gastric cancer: quantitative analysis using multiplex immunohistochemistry

Characteristics N = 55
Age (median, range) (years) 55 (30–77)
Gender
 Male 31 (56.4%)
 Female 24 (43.6%)
Diagnosis (WHO 2010)
 Tubular adenocarcinoma 50 (90.9%)
 Mucinous adenocarcinoma 4 (7.3%)
 Poorly cohesive carcinoma (Signet ring cell carcinoma) 1 (1.8%)
WHO grade
 Well differentiated 0 (0.0%)
 Moderated differentiated 20 (36.4%)
 Poorly differentiated 34 (61.8%)
 Undifferentiated 1 (1.8%)
Lauren classification
 Intestinal 19 (34.5%)
 Diffuse 36 (65.5%)
 Lymphatic invasion 43 (78.2%)
 Perineural invasion 46 (83.6%)
 Venous invasion 15 (27.3%)
 Microsatellite instability high 6 (10.9%)
 EBV infection 4 (7.3%)
Stage (AJCC 7th)
 II 14 (25.5%)
 III 41 (74.5%)
Disease progression 23 (41.8%)
Death 21 (38.2%)
PFS (months) (median, range) 65.4 (4.0–102.9)
OS (months) (median, range) 85.4 (13.3–107.9)
  1. WHO world health organization, AJCC American joint committee of cancer, PFS progression-free survival, OS overall survival