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Table 1 Demographics

From: Adjuvant hysterectomy following primary chemoradiation for stage IB2 and IIA2 cervical cancer: a retrospective comparison of complications for open versus minimally invasive surgery

  Surgical approach  
Open Minimally invasive P-value
Number n = 24 n = 30  
Age (y) 44 (IQR 39–49) 44 (IQR 40–56) 0.79
Race    0.19
White 18 (75.0%) 24 (80.0%)  
Black 4 (16.7%) 1 (3.3%)  
Asian 2 (8.3%) 5 (16.7%)  
Ethnicity    0.76
Hispanic 17 (70.8%) 23 (76.7%)  
Non-Hispanic 7 (29.2%) 7 (23.3%)  
Year    < 0.01
2006–2011 22 (91.7%) 2 (6.7%)  
2012–2018 2 (8.3%) 28 (93.3%)  
BMI (kg/m2) 27.6 (IQR 25.2–31.4) 29.3 (IQR 25.0-35.4) 0.44
Cigarette use    0.77
No 21 (87.5%) 27 (90.0%)  
Yes 3 (12.5%) 3 (10.0%)  
Histology    0.19
Squamous 16 (66.7%) 17 (56.7%)  
Adenocarcinoma 4 (16.7%) 11 (36.7%)  
Adenosquamous 4 (16.7%) 2 (6.7%)  
Clinical Stage    0.2
IB2 21 (87.5%) 29 (96.7%)  
IIA2 3 (12.5%) 1 (3.3%)  
Grade    0.13
1 1 (4.2%) 8 (26.7%)  
2 5 (20.8%) 7 (23.3%)  
3 13 (54.2%) 10 (33.3%)  
Not defined 5 (20.8%) 5 (16.7%)  
Tumor size on exam (cm) 6.4 (IQR 5.0–7.0) 6.2 (IQR 5.0–7.0) 0.87
Type of hysterectomy    0.46
Type I 21 (87.5%) 28 (93.3%)  
Type II or III 3 (12.5%) 2 (6.7%)  
  1. Median, IQR interquartile range