Obstetrics and Gynecology International / 2018 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Assessment of Diagnostic Values among CA-125, RMI, HE4, and ROMA for Cancer Prediction in Women with Nonfunctional Ovarian Cysts

Table 1

Patients’ characteristics and pathologic results of the ovarian cysts.

CharacteristicsOverall (%)

Age (yr)
Mean ± SD44.13 ± 13.16
Range18–79

Parity
Nulliparous165 (58.7%)
Multiparous116 (41.3%)

Contraception
Yes24 (8.5%)
No257 (91.3%)

Menopausal status
Premenopause213 (75.8%)
Postmenopause68 (24.2%)

Pathology
Benign225 (80.1%)
Malignancy56 (19.9%)
 Early-stage ovarian cancer26 (9.2%)
 Advanced-stage ovarian cancer25 (8.9%)
 Other malignancies5 (1.8%)

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