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Table 1 Clinical characteristics and pathological data of 16 patients

From: Hybrid procedure using perineal and abdominal approaches for radical prostatocystectomy: initial experience with 16 select cases

Median (range):
  Age, years 66 (55–77)
  Follow-up, months 15 (2–29)
N (%):
  Indication for abdominoperineal approach  
   Possibility of prostatic urethra involvement 13 (81.1)
   History of irradiation 1 (6.3)
   After radical retropubic prostatectomy 1 (6.3)
   After sigmoidectomy 1 (6.3)
  Urinary diversion  
   Ilieal conduit 15 (93.7)
   Not performed 1 (6.3)
  Pathological tumor grade  
   2 8 (50.0)
   3 8 (50.0)
  Pathological stage  
   pTis 4 (25.0)
   pT1 2 (12.5)
   pT3a 2 (12.5)
   pT3b 2 (12.5)
   pT4a 6 (37.5)
  Pathological node status  
   pN0 10 (62.5)
   pN+ 6 (37.5)
  Surgical margins  
   Negative 16 (100)
   Positive 0
Median (range):
  Operation duration, min 196 (102–415)
  Estimated blood loss, mL 1665 (600–4000)
N (%:)
  Complication:  
   Neurapraxia and rhabdomyolysis 1 (6.3)
   Ileus 1 (6.3)
  Adjuvant chemotherapy  
   Not administered 5 (31.3)
   Administered 11 (68.7)
  Site of occurence  
   Local 0
   Distant 5 (31.3)