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Table 1 Patient and tumour characteristics

From: Breast segmentectomy with rotation mammoplasty as an oncoplastic approach to extensive ductal carcinoma in situ

Parameters n (%)
Patient age  
 Mean ± SD/median/range 54.9 ± 10.1/54.5/31–74
Family history  
 Positive/negative 1 (3)/35 (97)
Menopausal status  
 Pre/post 13 (36)/23 (64)
Hormone replacement therapy  
 Given/not given 8 (22)/28 (78)
Patient BMIa  
 Mean ± SD/median/range 23.7 ± 3.2/23/18–34
Tumour location—side  
 Right/left 15 (42)/21 (58)
Tumour location—quadrant  
 Upper outer/lower outer/lower inner/upper inner 14 (39)/10 (28)/9 (25)/3 (8)
Radiological tumour size (mm)  
 Mean ± SD/median/range 37 ± 10/37/24–60
Pathological tumour size (mm)  
 Mean ± SD/median/range 36 ± 9/33.5/21–53
Nuclear grade  
 Low/intermediate/high 7 (19)/16 (45)/13 (36)
Comedonecrosis  
 Absent/present 17 (47)/19 (53)
T stage (invasive component, n = 20)  
 pT1/pT2 14 (70)/6 (30)
ER status  
 Positive/negativeb 31 (86)/5 (14)
Her-2 status (invasive component, n = 20)  
 Positive/negativec 4 (20)/16 (80)
  1. n number of patients
  2. aBody mass index
  3. bPositive: minimum 10 % immunostained cells
  4. cFluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH) technique