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Table 1 Clinical and pathologic characteristics of the two groups

From: Oncologic outcomes comparison of partial ureterectomy and radical nephroureterectomy for urothelial carcinoma

VariablesRNUPUt/χ2P
Age66.74 ± 8.4167.62 ± 10.09−0.7090.479
Sex
 Male90 (49.5%)30 (41.4%)1.4600.227
 Female92 (50.5%)43 (58.9%)  
Smoking
 No47 (61.8%)27 (84.4%)5.3000.021
 Yes29 (38.2%)5 (15.6%)  
Tumor side
 Left98 (54.1%)29 (39.7%)4.3250.038
 Right83 (45.9%)44 (60.3%)  
Hydronephrosis
 No18 (10.3%)11 (16.4%)1.7270.189
 Yes157 (89.7%)56 (83.6%)  
Hematuria
 No59 (33.7%)30 (44.1%)2.2830.131
 Yes116 (66.3%)38 (55.9%)  
Renal function
 Normal48 (43.6%)20 (47.6%)0.1950.659
 Abnormal63 (56.4%)22 (52.4%)  
Operation time157.50 (116.25–180.00)95.00 (76.25–126.25)−4.476< 0.001
pT stage8.2870.067
 pTa9 (5.2%)2 (3.0%)  
 pT 173 (42.0%)33 (49.3%)  
 pT 248 (27.6%)25 (37.3%)  
 pT 341 (23.6%)6 (9.0%)  
 pT 43 (1.7%)1 (1.5%)  
Lymphovascular invasion4 (2.2%)0 (0%)1.6300.202
  1. RUN Radical nephroureterectomy, PU Partial ureterectomy