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Table 2 The reasons for surgery in postmenopausal patients

From: Analysis of uterine corporeal mesenchymal tumors occurring after menopause

  Total(n = 40) Sarcoma(n = 11) Benign(n = 29)
Suspicious for malignancy 18 45% 11 100% 7 24.1%
 With symptoms 11 27.5% 10 90.9% 1 3.4%
 Sense of distension 6 15% 5 45.5% 1 3.4%
 Abnormal bleeding 3 7.5% 3 27.3% 0 0%
 Abdominal pain 2 5% 2 18.2% 0 0%
 Without symptoms 7 17.5% 1 9.1% 6 20.7%
Suspicious for benign 22 55% 0 0% 22 75.9%
 With symptoms 19 47.5% 0 0% 19 65.5%
 Sense of distension 15 37.5%    15 51.7%
 Abnormal bleeding 4 10%    4 13.8%
 Back pain 1 2.5%    1 3.4%
 Frequent urination 1 2.5%    1 3.4%
 Myoma torsion 1 2.5%    1 3.4%
 Without symptoms 3 7.5% 0 0% 3 10.3%
  1. Values are presented as number (%). In symptoms, multiple answers were allowed to be registered