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Table 1

Demographic and clinical dataa

Clinical parameters
Gender 8 females, 16 males 
Age (yr) 66.9 ± 8.5 
Smoking status  
 Current smoker 6 [25] 
 Ex-smoker 16 [67] 
 Nonsmoker 2 [8] 
Smoking—pack-yr 14.4 ± 8.6 
Histology  
 Squamous cell 9 [37.5] 
 Adenocarcinoma 13 [54.2] 
 Large cell 2 [8.3] 
Grade  
 Well 16 [66.7] 
 Poor 8 [33.3] 
Stage  
 IA 8 [33.3] 
 IB 10 [41.7] 
 IIB 4 [16.7] 
 IIIA 1 [4.2] 
 IIIB 1 [4.2] 
Presence of emphysema 7 [29.2] 
FEV1 (L)b 2.44 ± 0.74 
FEV1 (% predicted) 83.1 ± 24.6 
FVC (L) 3.73 ± 0.94 
FVC (% predicted) 93.6 ± 14.6 
Types of lung resections  
 Pneumonectomy 20 [83.3] 
 Lobectomy 4 [16.7] 
Postoperative treatment  
 Radiotherapy 7 [29.2] 
 Chemotherapy 3 [12.5] 
Clinical parameters
Gender 8 females, 16 males 
Age (yr) 66.9 ± 8.5 
Smoking status  
 Current smoker 6 [25] 
 Ex-smoker 16 [67] 
 Nonsmoker 2 [8] 
Smoking—pack-yr 14.4 ± 8.6 
Histology  
 Squamous cell 9 [37.5] 
 Adenocarcinoma 13 [54.2] 
 Large cell 2 [8.3] 
Grade  
 Well 16 [66.7] 
 Poor 8 [33.3] 
Stage  
 IA 8 [33.3] 
 IB 10 [41.7] 
 IIB 4 [16.7] 
 IIIA 1 [4.2] 
 IIIB 1 [4.2] 
Presence of emphysema 7 [29.2] 
FEV1 (L)b 2.44 ± 0.74 
FEV1 (% predicted) 83.1 ± 24.6 
FVC (L) 3.73 ± 0.94 
FVC (% predicted) 93.6 ± 14.6 
Types of lung resections  
 Pneumonectomy 20 [83.3] 
 Lobectomy 4 [16.7] 
Postoperative treatment  
 Radiotherapy 7 [29.2] 
 Chemotherapy 3 [12.5] 
a

All data are mean ± SD; values in brackets are the percentage of total population studied.

b

FEV, forced expiratory volume in 1 second; FVC, forced vital capacity.

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