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Table 1 Clinical and pathological characteristic of patients with cervical cancer with abandoned hysterectomy (N = 42)

From: Role of pelvic and para-aortic lymphadenectomy in abandoned radical hysterectomy in cervical cancer

Countrya
 Mexico (INCan) 19 (45)
 Colombia (ICLA) 23 (55)
Age (years)b 46 (40.8–56)
BMIb 25.68 (23.2–29.5)
Prior imaging studya 20 (42.6)
 Ultrasonography 7 (35)
 CT 10 (50)
 MRI 3 (15)
Histologya
 Squamous 24 (57.1)
 Adenocarcinoma 12 (28.6)
 Adenosquamous 4 (9.5)
 Others 2 (4.8)
Clinical stagea
 IB1 37 (88.1)
 IB2 2 (4.8)
 IIA1 3 (7.1)
Tumor size (cm)b 3.0 (2.0–4.0)
Tumor gradea
 Well-differentiated 14 (33.3)
 Moderately differentiated 17 (40.1)
 Poorly differentiated 11 (26.2)
LVSIa 5 (12)
Reason for abandonmenta
 Pelvic lymph node affectation 19 (45.2)
 Para-aortic lymph node affectation 9 (21.4)
 Parametrial involvement 7 (16.7)
 Others 7 (16.7)
Type of lymphadenectomya
 Pelvic 14 (33.3)
 Para-aortic 6 (14.3)
Tumor biopsy
 Pelvic 19 (45.2)
 Para-aortic 14 (33.3)
  1. BMI body mass index, CT computed tomography, MRI magnetic resonance imaging, LVSI lymphovascular space involvement
  2. a N (relative frequency)
  3. bMedian (interquartile range)