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Table 1 Clinicopathological parameters of urinary bladder cancers used

From: Signal transducer and activator of transcription 3 activation is associated with bladder cancer cell growth and survival

Clinicopathological parameters   Numbers (%)
Gender Male 76 (75.9)
  Female 26 (24.1)
Age (years) 20–40 4 (3.9)
  41–60 41 (40.2)
  61–90 56 (54.9)
  N/Aa 1 (1.0)
  Mean 62
  Median 64
Stage (total 45) 0ab 6 (13.3)
  0isc 3 (6.7)
  I 16 (35.6)
  II 7 (15.6)
  III 8 (17.8)
  IV 3 (6.7)
  N/A 2 (4.4)
Grade (Total 57) I 5 (8.8)
  II 17 (29.8)
  III 35 (61.4)
Regional lymph node and/or distant metastasis N0M0d 40 (88.9)
(total 45) N1M0e 1 (2.2)
  N0M1f 1 (2.2)
  N1M1g 1 (2.2)
  N/A 2 (4.4)
Histology (total 54) Urothelial carcinoma 87 (85.3)
  Squamous cell carcinoma 3 (2.9)
  Adenocarcinoma 2 (2.0)
  Mixed carcinomas 10 (9.8)
  1. a N/A – Information are not available
  2. b 0a – Cancer is noninvasive
  3. c 0is – Noninvasive, flat carcinoma in situ
  4. d N0M0 – No regional lymph nodes neither distant organs metastasis
  5. e N1M0 – Metastasis in 1 to 3 regional lymph nodes
  6. f N0M1 – No regional lymph nodes but distant organs metastasis
  7. g N1M1 – Metastasis both in regional lymph nodes and distant organs
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