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Table 4 Prevalence of H. pylori infection in patients with SRC (n = 37)

From: Rapidly declining trend of signet ring cell cancer of the stomach may parallel the infection rate of Helicobacter pylori

No.Age range*Gender*IHCGenomic detectionAbUBTCultureAt least one positive
150–591++NE+++
250–592++NE+NE+
360–691++NE+NE+
440–492+++NE+
560–691+++NENE+
660–692+NENE++
760–691++NENE++
870–791+NENE++
970–792++NENE+
1050–592++NENE+
1180–892++NENE+
1230–391++NENENE+
1340–491++NENENE+
1430–392++NENENE+
1540–491++NENENE+
1640–491++NENENE+
1740–492++NENENE+
1830–391++NENENE+
1930–391++NENENE+
2040–491++NENENE+
2140–492+NENENE+
2230–392+NENENE+
2360–692+NE+
2440–492+NENE+
2550–592+NENE+
2650–592+NENE+
2780–891++
2860–692NE+NE+
2970–792NE+NE+
3080–891NENE++
3170–792NENE
3250–591NENE
3340–492NENENE
3440–491NENENE
3530–392NENENE
3640–491NENENE
3720–291NENENE
   22/37
(59.5%)
22/37
(59.5%)
3/5
(60.0%)
5/12
(41.7%)
5/9
(55.6%)
30/37
(81.1%)
  1. *Age range was used instead of the exact age and genders were presented by 1 or 2 instead F or M for securing the patients’ anonymity
  2. Ab, anti-H. pylori antibody; IHC; immunohistochemical detection; NE, not examined; SRC, signet ring cell carcinoma; UBT, urea breath test