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Table 1 Clinicopathological and prognostic features of colorectal carcinoma in studied population

From: Clinicopathologic features of colorectal carcinoma: features predicting higher T-stage and nodal metastasis

Variable n (frequency)
Age (years)
 Median 54.5 (19–85)
 < 50 37 (37%)
 > 50 63 (63%)
Gender
 Male 51 (51%)
 Female 49 (49%)
Laterality
 Right 30 (30%)
 Left 70 (70%)
Lymphovascular invasion
 Present 27 (27%)
 Absent 73 (73%)
T stage
 T1 1 (1%)
 T2 7 (7%)
 T3 81 (81%)
 T4 11 (11%)
N stage
 N0 32 (32%)
 N1 30 (30%)
 N2a 19 (19%)
 N2b 19 (19%)
Tumor grade
 Well differentiated 3 (3%)
 Moderately differentiated 74 (74%)
 Poorly differentiated 23 (23%)
Tumor type
 Adenoarcinoma, NOS 79 (79%)
 Mucinous 13 (13%)
 Medullary 2 (2%)
 Signet ring 5 (5%)
Perinodal spread
 Present 47 (47%)
 Absent 53 (53%)
Mucinous histology (%)
 Absent 68 (68%)
 < 10 12 (12%)
 10–50 7 (7%)
 > 50 13 (13%)
Signet ring differentiation
 Present 16 (16%)
 Absent 84 (84%)
Medullary differentiation
 Present 2 (2%)
 Absent 98 (98%)
Necrosis
 Absent 6 (6%)
 Focal 70 (70%)
 Widespread 24 (24%)
Tumor infiltrating lymphocytes
 None 57 (57%)
 Mild to moderate 25 (25%)
 Marked 18 (18%)
Peri-tumoral lymphocytic response
 None 67 (67%)
 Mild to moderate 18 (18%)
 Marked 15 (15%)
Pre-existing polyp
 Present 10 (10%)
 Absent 90 (90%)
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