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Table 3 Univariate and multivariate analysis of risk factors for endometrial cancer

From: A novel risk score system of immune genes associated with prognosis in endometrial cancer

CharacteristicsHR; 95% CIP value
Univariate analysis
 Age1.03 (1.01–1.06)0.002
 Grade2.65 (1.73–4.08)0.000
 Menopause status0.93 (0.45–1.94)0.847
 Race0.93 (0.65–1.33)0.704
 Tumor status8.45 (5.37–13.31)0.000
 Histologic type2.06 (1.50–2.84)0.000
 Surgery approach0.82 (0.52–1.31)0.413
 Peritoneal washing4.10 (2.39–7.03)0.000
 Tumor invasion percent2.86 (1.73–4.71)0.000
 Residual tumor3.07 (1.68–5.62)0.000
 Pelvic LN4.20 (2.53–6.98)0.000
 Para-aortic LN3.72 (1.98–6.98)0.000
 Clinical stage1.98 (1.63–2.41)0.000
 Risk score1.02 (1.02–1.03)0.000
Multivariate analysis
 Age1.06 (1.02–1.11)0.006
 Grade1.07 (0.48–2.39)0.877
 Tumor status5.50 (2.13–14.25)0.000
 Histologic type1.06 (0.48–2.36)0.879
 Peritoneal washing4.62 (1.67–12.73)0.003
 Tumor invasion percent0.97 (0.38–2.48)0.957
 Residual tumor0.50 (0.12–2.10)0.346
 Pelvic LN4.20 (1.35–13.09)0.013
 Para-aortic LN2.24 (0.59–8.46)0.235
 Clinical stage0.77 (0.42–1.41)0.401
 Risk score1.14 (1.08–1.21)0.000
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