Journal of Oncology / 2017 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

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

Table 4

Factors related to the clinical versus intraoperative staging discrepancies (logistic regression).

Univariate analysisMultivariate analysis
RCIC 95%RCIC 95%

Pain
 No11
 Yes12,574,1–38,9]<1044,10,6–26,6NS
Metrorrhagia
 No11
 Yes11,063,6–33,6]<1041,10,09–13,1NS
Screening
 No11
 Yes45,38,9–231,8]30,5[4,5–207,2]0,0005
Number of examiners
 111
 20,20,02–1,9]0,160,190,02–2,4NS
 30,020,002–0,2]<1030,140,007–2,9NS
Type of examiner
 Specialist11
 Generalist9,62,5–35,9]1,40,2–11,8NS
Examination under narcosis
 No14,33,8–54,1]1046,5[1,3–31,7]0,02
 Yes11
Obesity
 No11
 Yes25,92,4–33,2]1036,9[1,2–40,9]0,03
CT scan
 No6,62,1–20,4]1030,30,05–1,5NS
 Yes11

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