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Table 1 Clinicopathologic characteristics of patients with early-stage cervical cancer at the initial operation

From: Can radical parametrectomy be omitted in occult cervical cancer after extrafascial hysterectomy?

No. Age (years) Previous diagnosis Previous surgery Initial surgery pathologic characteristics FIGO stage
Histology Depth of stromal invasion LVSI Depth of invasion (mm) Tumor size (mm) Grade
1 47 CIN3 TAH-LSO SCC <1/2 / 12 G2 IB1
2 42 CIN3 TAH SCC <1/2 5 / G1 IA2
3 40 AUB TAH SCC <1/2 8 / G2 IB1
4 35 CIN3 TAH SCC <1/2 + 7 / G1 IB1
5 55 Uterine prolapse TVH CAC <1/2 + 4 / G3 IA2
6 39 Myoma TAH SCC <1/2 7 / G2 IB1
7 41 AUB TAH SCC <1/2 + 9 / G2 IB1
8 37 CIN3 TAH SCC >1/2 / 30 G2 IB1
9 38 Adenomyosis TAH CAC <1/2 6 / G2 IB1
10 37 CIN3 TAH SCC <1/2 + 8 / G3 IB1
11 44 AUB TAH SCC <1/2 5 / G1 IA2
12 58 Uterine Prolapse TVH CAC <1/2 5 / G2 IA2
13 41 Myoma TAH SCC <1/2 / 10 G1 IB1
  1. CIN cervical intraepithelial neoplasia, AUB abnormal uterine bleeding, TAH total abdominal hysterectomy, LSO left salpingo-oophorectomy, TVH total vaginal hysterectomy, SCC squamous cervical cancer, CAC cervical adenocarcinoma, LVSI lymph-vascular space invasion. “+” positive, “−” negative.