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Table 1

The basic features of the lung carcinoma patients (n = 141)

Age (yrs) 65 (range, 38–85) 
Sex 13 women and 128 men 
Follow-up (mo) 22 (range, 0.5–90) 
Histology 64 squamous cell carcinomas 
 39 adenocarcinomas 
 11 small cell carcinomas 
 23 with other histology 
  4 had missing information 
Status of the disease  
 37 stage I 
 15 stage II 
 41 stage III 
 34 stage IV (5 had only bone metastases, 19 had only soft tissue metastases, 8 both bone and soft tissue metastases, and 2 had missing information) 
 14 had missing information 
Treatments  
 46 treated with surgery (31 lobectomy/bilobectomy and 15 pneumonectomy) 
 28 treated with surgery and radiation therapy 
 43 treated with radiation therapy 
  3 treated with cytostatic treatment 
  5 treated with radiation therapy and cytostatic treatment 
  9 treated with other treatment modalities 
  7 had missing information 
Age (yrs) 65 (range, 38–85) 
Sex 13 women and 128 men 
Follow-up (mo) 22 (range, 0.5–90) 
Histology 64 squamous cell carcinomas 
 39 adenocarcinomas 
 11 small cell carcinomas 
 23 with other histology 
  4 had missing information 
Status of the disease  
 37 stage I 
 15 stage II 
 41 stage III 
 34 stage IV (5 had only bone metastases, 19 had only soft tissue metastases, 8 both bone and soft tissue metastases, and 2 had missing information) 
 14 had missing information 
Treatments  
 46 treated with surgery (31 lobectomy/bilobectomy and 15 pneumonectomy) 
 28 treated with surgery and radiation therapy 
 43 treated with radiation therapy 
  3 treated with cytostatic treatment 
  5 treated with radiation therapy and cytostatic treatment 
  9 treated with other treatment modalities 
  7 had missing information 
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