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Table. 3.

Table. 3.

Characteristics of coexisting primary TC and RCC according to the sequence of diagnosis

Characteristics Both TC and RCC

Totaln=53 RCC → TCn=24 (45.3%) TC=RCCn=12 (22.6%) TC → RCCn=17 (32.1%) p value
Age, years (TC)
Mean±SD 53.6±11.7 57.3±9.8 44.6±10.6 54.7±12.3
Median (IQR) 54 (17) 60.0 (12) 46.0 (15) 60.0 (16) 0.014
Age, years (RCC)
Mean±SD 53.1±11.7 53.4±10.4 44.4±10.3 58.9±11.0
Median (IQR) 54.0 (18) 55.5 (17) 46.0 (14) 63.0 (16) 0.004
Sex 0.713
Male 26 (49.1) 13 (54.2) 6 (50) 7 (41.2)
Female 27 (50.9) 11 (45.8) 6 (50) 10 (58.8)
BMI (kg/cm2) 25.0±3.6 24.9±2.7 25.6±4.3 24.5±4.4 0.756
Smoking, n (%) 9 (17) 4 (16.7) 3 (25.0) 2 (11.8) 0.735
Alcohol, n (%) 14 (26.4) 6 (25.0) 3 (25.0) 5 (29.4) 0.763
Family history of any cancer 17 (32.1) 7 (29.2) 3 (25.0) 7 (41.2) 0.647
Time interval between TC & RCC, months (range) 39.2(0-140.6) 43.7(12.4-126.7) 1.8(0-11.5) 44.0(13.4-140.6) <0.001
F/U duration of TC, months (range) 60.8(4.9-163.7) 57.1(7.5-149.4) 56.1(4.9-137.2) 66.5(21.5-163.7) 0.301
F/U duration of RCC, months (range) 73.0(3.5-213.0) 104.0(52.2-213.0) 66.2(15.3-113.8) 29.1(3.5-84.7) <0.001

BMI: body mass index, F/U: follow up, IQR: interquartile range, RCC: renal cell carcinoma, SD: standard deviation, TC: thyroid cancer

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