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Table 1 Epidemiological characteristics of our patients with anal carcinoma

From: Presenting symptoms predict local staging of anal cancer: a retrospective analysis of 86 patients

Description Numbers
Mean ± standard deviation
Gender Male: 30 (35 %)
Female: 56 (65 %)
Age 62 ± 13 years, range: 32–91 years
Diagnostic delay 8 ± 12 months, range: 0–62 months
BMI 24.7 ± 4.3 kg/m2, range: 17.3–34.7 kg/m2
Histology Squamous carcinoma: 85 (99 %)
Neuroendocrine carcinoma: 1 (1 %)
HIV Positive: 5, Negative: 1
Unknown: 80
T Stage T1: 8 (9 %)
T2: 32 (37 %)
T3: 25 (29 %)
T4: 21 (24 %)
TNM Stage Stage I: 8 (9 %)
Stage II: 27 (31 %)
Stage III: 50 (58 %)
Stage IV: 1 (1 %)
Tumor site involved Distal anal channel: 43 (50 %)
Middle anal channel: 37 (43 %)
Proximal anal channel: 54 (63 %)
Rectum: 36 (42 %)