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Table 2 Clinicopathological features of the patients in the present study (2019–2021, Number = 30)

From: Association between colorectal cancer and Fusobacterium nucleatum and Bacteroides fragilis bacteria in Iranian patients: a preliminary study

Clinicopathological Characteristics of CRC Patients
 Male/Female (n (%)) 20 (66.7%)/10 (33.3%)
 Age: Mean ± SE 57 (57 ± 11.04)
Site of primary
 Cecum 10%
 Ascending colon 6.7%
 Hepatic flexure 3.3%
 Transverse Colon 6.7%
 Splenic Flexure 3.3%
 Descending Colon 3.3%
 Sigmoid Colon 6.7%
 Rectosigmoid 6.7%
 Rectum 40%
 Colon, NOS 13.3%
Tumor size
 Size ≤5 53.3%
 Size > 5 46.7%
Grade
 I: (Well Differentiated) 13.3%
 II: Moderately Differentiated 73.3%
 III: Poorly Differentiated 6.7%
 IV: Undifferentiated 3.3%
 X: Unknown 3.3%
Invasion, Nodal status, and Tumor deposit
 Lymphatic 90%
 Perineural 60%
 Perineal 6.7%
 Extramural Blood Vessel 20%
 Extra-Nodal Extension 6.7%
 Perforation 3.3%
 Peritoneal Seeding 3.3%
TNM staging
 Stage I 6.7%
 Stage IIA 50%
 Stage IIIB 16.7%
 Stage IIIC 13.3%
 Stage IV 13.3%