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Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Baseline characteristics (n = 176)

Variable Value
Clinical/social factors
 Sex
  Male 173 (98.3)
  Female 3 (1.7)
 Age (yr) 66 (55–79)
 BMI (kg/m2) 23.8 (16.1–34.7)
 Smoking status
  Current 32 (18.2)
  Former 144 (81.8)
 Smoking intensity (cigarette) 20 (3–60)
 Smoking duration (yr) 30 (6–60)
 Pack-years 30 (5–135)
 Duration of smoking cessation (yr) 9 (0–42)
 Hypertension
  Yes 65 (36.9)
  No 111 (63.1)
 Diabetes mellitus
  Yes 44 (25.0)
  No 132 (75.0)
 COPD
  Yes 33 (18.8)
  No 143 (81.3)
 Education status
  Less than high school graduate 42 (23.9)
  High school graduate 71 (40.3)
  College graduate or higher 63 (35.8)
Colorectal cancer-related factors
 Location
  Right-sided 30 (17.0)
  Left-sided 146 (83.0)
 Histological differentiation
  Adenocarcinoma, well differentiated 32 (18.2)
  Adenocarcinoma, moderately differentiated 130 (73.9)
  Adenocarcinoma, poorly differentiated 6 (3.4)
  Mucinous carcinoma 3 (1.7)
  Others 5 (2.8)
 Stage
  0 1 (0.6)
  I 38 (21.6)
  II 51 (29.0)
  III 77 (43.8)
  IV 9 (5.1)
 Adjuvant chemotherapy
  Yes 123 (69.9)
  No 53 (30.1)

Values are presented as number (%) or median (range). BMI, body mass index; COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

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