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Table 1 Clinicopathological data

From: Nuclear morphometry and chromatin texture changes in hepatocellular carcinoma samples may predict outcomes of liver transplanted patients

Characteristic All (n = 34)
Age < 60 years, n (%) 17 (50)
Male, n (%) 19 (55.9)
Underlying liver disease, n (%)  
 Hepatitis B 2 (5.9)
 Hepatitis C 23 (67.6)
 Alcohol + HCV 5 (14.7)
 Others 4 (11.8)
Nodule size, n (%)  
 < or = 3 cm 23 (67.6)
 > 3 cm 11 (32.4)
Number of tumors, n (%)  
 < or = 3 32 (94.1)
 > 3 2 (5.9)
Nuclear grade, n (%)  
 1 2 (5.9)
 2 18 (52.9)
 3 9 (26.5)
 Missing 5 (14.7)
MELD score, n (%)  
 < 20 23 (67.6)
 > 20 5 (14.7)
 Missing 6 (17.6)
 Recurrent, n (%) 4 (11.8)
 Vascular invasion, n (%) 13 (38.2)
 Death, n (%) 12 (35.3)
  1. n frequency, HCV hepatitis C virus, cm centimeter, MELD model for end-stage liver disease