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Table 4 Sex hormone levels and ovarian function in patients pre- and post-radiotherapy

From: Association between the location of transposed ovary and ovarian dose in patients with cervical cancer treated with postoperative pelvic radiotherapy

Characteristics Pre-radiotherapy Three months post-radiotherapy One-year post-radiotherapy
E2, pg/mL 138.68 ± 90.91 68.75 ± 98.77* 106.85 ± 126.46&
FSH, mIU/mL 7.13 ± 6.40 55.25 ± 43.35* 33.14 ± 40.58&
LH, mIU/mL 9.35 ± 9.67 32.09 ± 24.49* 20.02 ± 23.62&
Normal ovarian function, case (rate) 77(100%) 34 (44.3%) 56(72.7%) #
  1. *Student’s t-test, Comparison of sex hormone levels with pre-radiotherapy. P < 0.01
  2. &Student’s t-test, Comparison of sex hormone levels with 3 months post-radiotherapy. P < 0.05
  3. #χ2 test, Comparison of cases of normal ovarian function with 3 months post-radiotherapy. P < 0.01