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Table 3 Univariate and Multivariate Analyses with Cox Proportional Hazards Model for Disease-free Survival

From: Comparing clinicopathological features and prognosis of primary pulmonary invasive mucinous adenocarcinoma based on computed tomography findings

Prognostic factors Univariate analysis Multivariate analysis
HR 95% CI P value HR 95% CI P value
Age (> 65 vs. ≤ 65) 3.180 0.955–10.589 0.059
Gender (Male vs. Female) 0.618 0.199–1.919 0.406
Smoking history (Yes vs. No) 1.177 0.354–3.912 0.790
T stage (T3~4 vs. T1~2) 5.552 1.411–21.842 0.014
N stage (N1~3 vs. N0) 2.636 0.286–24.260 0.392
Pathological stage (III vs.I + II) 5.467 1.428–20.930 0.013
TTF-1 (+vs.-) 0.239 0.066–0.861 0.029
CK20 (+vs.-) 0.984 0.265–3.661 0.981
CT feature, pneumonic type (Yes vs. No) 6.764 1.563–29.269 0.011 6.764 1.563–29.269 0.011
  1. HR Hazard Ratio, 95%CI 95%Confidence Interval, TTF-1 thyroid transcription factor-1, CK cytokeratin
  2. P value, from Wald Chi-Square Test in Cox Regression