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Table 1 Correlation between PANDAR expression and clinicopathological features of UCB patients

From: Up-regulation of long non-coding RNA PANDAR is associated with poor prognosis and promotes tumorigenesis in bladder cancer

Parameters Total Group Total PANDAR expression P value
High Low
Gender Male 40 (73 %) 27 (49 %) 13 (24 %) 0.953
  Female 15 (27 %) 10 (18 %) 5 (9 %)  
Age (years) < 60 20 (36 %) 14 (25 %) 6 (11 %) 0.745
  ≥ 60 35 (64 %) 23 (42 %) 12 (22 %)  
Tumor size (cm) < 3 cm 21 (38 %) 11 (20 %) 10 (18 %) 0.061
  ≥ 3 cm 34 (62 %) 26 (47 %) 8 (15 %)  
Multiplicity Single 32 (58 %) 21 (38 %) 11 (20 %) 0.759
  Multiple 23 (42 %) 16 (29 %) 7 (13 %)  
Histological grade G1 23 (42 %) 11 (20 %) 12 (22 %) 0.010*
  G2,G3 32 (58 %) 26 (47 %) 6 (11 %)  
Tumor stage T T1,T2 38 (69 %) 22 (40 %) 16 (29 %) 0.027*
  T3,T4 17 (31 %) 15 (27 %) 2 (4 %)  
Lymph nodes metastasis NO 53 (96 %) 16 (31 %) 36 (65 %) 0.607
  YES 2 (4 %) 1 (2 %) 1 (2 %)  
  1. *P < 0.05 was considered significant (Chi-square test between 2 groups)