Journal of Oncology / 2017 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Level of Concordance of Pre-, Intra-, and Postoperative Staging in Cervical Cancers (TREYA Study)

Table 2

Patients and examination conditions characteristics.

ParametersNumberPercentage (%)

Obesity
 (i) Yes3241,03
 (ii) No4658,97
Circumstance of discovery
 (i) Pain5165,38
 (ii) Metrorrhagia5064,10
 (iii) Leucorrhea4253,85
 (iv) Screening6076,92
Performance status
 (i) 15064,10
 (ii) 22836,90
Nombre of examiners
 (i) 12126,92
 (ii) 23139,74
 (iii) 32633,33
Type of examiner
 (i) Specialist4542,31
 (ii) Generalist3357,69
Examination under narcosis
 (i) Yes4051,28
 (ii) No3848,72
Patient cooperation
 (i) Yes6076,92
 (ii) No1023,08
Pelvic ultrasound
 (i) Yes5975,64
 (ii) No1924,36
Pelvic CT scan
 (i) Yes3848,72
 (ii) No4051,28
MRI
 (i) Yes1924,36
 (ii) No5975,64

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