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Table 1 Comparison of clinicopathological features between cervical squamous cell carcinoma and cervical adenocarcinoma

From: A combination of cytokeratin 5/6, p63, p40 and MUC5AC are useful for distinguishing squamous cell carcinoma from adenocarcinoma of the cervix

  squamous cell carcinomas(n = 101) adenocarcinoma(n = 108) χ 2 P Value
Age
  ≤ 45 49 (48.51%) 50 (46.30%) 0.103 0.748
  > 45 52 (51.49%) 58 (53.70%)
Size (cm)
  < 4 66 (65.35%) 75 (69.44%) 0.405 0.817
  ≥ 4 32 (31.68%) 30 (27.78%)
 unknown 3 (2.97%) 3 (2.78%)
Differentiation
 Poor 101 (100.00%) 36 (33.33%) 102.720 < 0.001*
 Moderate 0 (0.00%) 41 (37.96%)
 Well 0 (0.00%) 26 (24.07%)
 unknown 0 (0.00%) 5 (4.63%)
Infiltrate depth of mesenchyme
  ≤ 1/2 23 (22.77%) 43 (39.81%) 7.078 0.029*
  > 1/2 75 (74.26%) 63 (58.33%)
 unknown 3 (2.97%) 2 (1.85%)
Lymph node metastasis
 No 66 (65.35%) 74 (68.52%) 15.136 0.001*
 Yes 34 (33.66%) 20 (18.52%)
 unknown 1 (0.99%) 14 (12.96%)