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Univariate and multivariate Cox regression analysis
Patient and tumor characteristics
Univariate Hazard Ratio (95% confidence interval)
Multivariate Hazard Ratio (95% confidence interval)
Age (median 68 year)
Tumor diameter (median 4.5 cm)
CK18-Asp396 plasma level P1
Total CK18 plasma level P1
CK18-Asp396/CK18 ratio P1
CK18-Asp396 plasma level P3
Total CK18 plasma level P3
CK18-Asp396/CK18 ratio P3
Cox hazards analysis of patient and tumor characteristics in relation to disease-free survival. Multivariate Cox hazards analysis of pre-operative or post-operative CK18-Asp396, total CK18 antigen level or CK18-Asp396/CK18 ratios combined with Dukes' stage. P ≤ 0.05 were considered significant, shown in bold.
Calculation of hazard ratios as estimates of relative risk of death
or disease recurrence is shown in Table 3.
High CK18-Asp396 levels as well as total CK18 plasma levels after
tumor resection were associated with worse disease-free survival
(Figure 3C and 3D), also found in the univariate Cox hazard
analysis (Table 3). .
These analyses showed that patients with high pre-operative
CK18-Asp396 plasma levels have a 3.6 times increased relative risk
of colorectal cancer-related-death or disease recurrence (Table 3),
independent of Dukes' staging.
Post-operative CK18-Asp396, total CK18 and CK18-Asp396/CK18 ratio
levels all had similar prognostic significance, although not
significant (Table 3)..
Koelink, Pim J; Lamers, Cornelis BHW; Hommes, Daan W; Verspaget, Hein WJournal: BMC Cancer
Issue 1DOI: 10.1186/1471-2407-9-88Published: 2009-12-01Institution(s):
Leiden University Medical Centre
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