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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of RGC patients after gastric cancer

From: Clinicopathologic features of remnant gastric cancer after curative distal gastrectomy according to previous reconstruction method: a retrospective cohort study

Variables(n = 48)
Age (years)64.3 ± 8.9 (39–80)
Sex 
 Male42 (87.5%)
 Female6 (12.5%)
Interval 
 < 5 years15 (31.3%)
 ≥ 5, < 10 years15 (31.3%)
 ≥ 10 years18 (37.5%)
 Total (months)105.6 ± 74.7 (14–350)
Reconstruction method 
 Billroth I13 (27.1%)
 Billroth II35 (72.9%)
Previous cancer stage 
 Stage I30 (62.5%)
 Stage II11 (22.9%)
 Stage III7 (14.6%)
Previous PRM (cm) 
 < 39 (18.8%)
 ≥ 339 (81.3%)
 Total5.9 ± 3.8 (0.5–20)
Previous LI 
 Positive17 (35.4%)
 Negative31 (64.6%)
Previous VI 
 Positive3 (6.3%)
 Negative45 (93.8%)
Recurrence site 
 Non-anastomosis21 (43.8%)
 Anastomosis27 (56.3%)
Differentiation 
 Differentiated21 (43.8%)
 Undifferentiated27 (56.3%)
Lauren classification 
 Intestinal17 (35.4%)
 Diffuse18 (37.5%)
 Mixed13 (27.1%)
RGC stage 
 Stage I24 (50%)
 Stage II12 (25%)
 Stage III12 (25%)
  1. RGC, remnant gastric cancer; PRM, proximal resection margin; LI, lymphatic invasion; VI, vascular invasion