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Research Article

Outcome of Nonsurgical Management of Extra-Abdominal, Trunk, and Abdominal Wall Desmoid-Type Fibromatosis: A Population-Based Study in the Netherlands

Table 1

Baseline characteristics.

All patientsActive SurveillanceRadiotherapySystemic treatment
N%N%N%N%

Gender
Male3033924.31234.3947.4
Female61672875.72365.71052.6

Age (years)
Median (IQR)39 (33.1–52.2)36 (31.2–51.6)43.6 (39.4–52.4)34.8 (23.3–46.3)

Localization
Head/neck99.938.1617.1
Thorax/back3538.51335.11337.1947.4
Abdominal wall2527.51745.912.9736.8
Extremity2123.1410.81542.9210.5
Others11.115.3

Size
<5 cm2527.51643.2720.0210.5
5–10 cm4852.71848.61954.31157.9
>10 cm1516.525.4822.9526.3
Missing data33.312.712.915.3

Beta-catenin (nuclear)
Positive5661.52875.71645.71263.2
Negative101138.1617.115.3
Unknown2527.5616.21337.1631.6

N = number of patients; cm = centimeter; IQR = interquartile range; groin.

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