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Research Article

A Survival Association Study of 102 Polymorphisms Previously Associated with Survival Outcomes in Colorectal Cancer

Table 1

Clinicopathological, molecular, and treatment-related characteristics of the patients included in this study.

Variables (%)

Sex
 Female198 (39.21)
 Male307 (60.79)
Age at diagnosisMedian: 61.43 years
(range: 20.7–75)
Histology
 Nonmucinous448 (88.71)
 Mucinous57 (11.29)
Location
 Colon334 (66.14)
 Rectum171 (33.86)
Stage
 I93 (18.42)
 II196 (38.81)
 III166 (32.87)
 IV50 (9.9)
Grade
 Well/moderately differentiated464 (91.88)
 Poorly differentiated37 (7.33)
 Unknown4 (0.79)
Vascular invasion
 Absent308 (60.99)
 Present159 (31.49)
 Unknown38 (7.52)
MSI status
 MSI-L/MSS431 (85.35)
 MSI-H53 (10.5)
 Unknown21 (4.16)

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