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Table 2 Patients’ medical background characteristics by diagnosis

From: Quality of life and the prevalence of urinary incontinence after surgical treatment for gynecologic cancer: a questionnaire survey

Cervical cancer (n = 44)
 Histological diagnosis, %, (n)
  Adenocarcinoma 20.5 (9)
  Squamous cell carcinoma 77.3 (34)
  Unknown 2.3 (1)
 FIGO classification (2008), %, (n)
  Stage I 77.3 (34)
  Stage II 15.9 (7)
 Stage III 4.5 (2)
  Stage IV 2.3 (1)
Endometrial (n = 58)
 Histological diagnosis, %, (n)
  Adenocarcinoma 89.7 (52)
  Squamous cell carcinoma 1.7 (1)
  Unknown 6.9 (4)
 FIGO classification (2008), %, (n)
  Stage I 75.9 (44)
  Stage II 3.4 (2)
  Stage III 15.5 (9)
  Stage IV 0 (0)
  Unknown 5.2 (3)
Ovarian (n = 37)
 Histological diagnosis, %, (n)
  Adenocarcinoma 78.4 (29)
  Squamous cell carcinoma 5.4 (2)
  Unknown 16.2 (6)
 FIGO classification (2008), %, (n)
  Stage I 54.1 (20)
  Stage II 5.4 (2)
  Stage III 13.5 (5)
  Stage IV 16.2 (6)
  Unknown 10.8 (4)
Peritoneal (n = 4)
 Histological diagnosis, %, (n)
  Adenocarcinoma 75.0 (3)
  Squamous cell carcinoma 0 (0)
  Unknown 25.0 (1)
 FIGO classification (2008), %, (n)
  Stage III 50.0 (2)
  Stage IV 50.0 (2)
  1. Rectal (infiltration by cancer of the uterus) (n = 2)