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The cause-specific survival (CSS) and overall survival (OS) differences between different N classification or R classification patients with and without postoperative radiotherapy (Rx).

By Yu-Long Wang (336462), Shou-Hao Feng (336463), Ji Zhu (106734), Guo-Pei Zhu (336464), Duan-Shu Li (336465), Yu Wang (12152), Yong-Xue Zhu (336467), Guo-Hua Sun (336468) and Qing-Hai Ji (336469)


†<p>For Log-rank χ<sup>2</sup> test, postoperative radiotherapy (Rx) was defined as factor, the individual R, N and N+R classification were defined as Stratum.</p

Topics: Medicine, Cancer, cause-specific, differences, classification, patients, postoperative, radiotherapy
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0056613.t006
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