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Table 3 CT characteristics of UCS n (%) (n = 10)

From: Clinical and imaging features of carcinosarcoma of the uterus and cervix

Characteristics N (%)
Margin
Clear 4 (40%)
Unclear 6 (60%)
Density
Even 1 (10%)
Uneven 9 (90%)
Enhancement degree
Mild 7 (70%)
Moderate 2 (20%)
Marked 1 (10%)
Enhancement pattern
Gradually 5 (50%)
Continuously 5 (50%)
Reduced at final 0 (0)
Capsule
Yes 2 (20%)
No 8 (80%)
Blood supply arteries
Visible 5 (50%)
Invisible 5 (50%)
Pelvic effusion
Visible 2 (20%)
Invisible 8 (80%)
Maximum diameter (mm) 73.77 ± 28.62
AP (mm) 68.67 ± 14.82
ET (mm) 43.64 ± 26.00
AP-ET 25.03 ± 16.94
ET/AP 0.61 ± 0.27
CT attenuation of tissue components (Hu)
Max-plain 66.00 ± 13.99
Mean-plain 41.20 ± 5.75
Max-arterial 89.10 ± 17.41
Mean-arterial 66.00 ± 17.78
Max-venous 89.00 (77.75, 103.25)
Mean-venous 68.00 (53.75, 85.75)
  1. UCS uterine carcinosarcoma, AP maximum anteroposterior diameter, ET maximum endometrial thickness, Max-plain maximum CT attenuation in plain phase, Mean-plain mean CT attenuation in plain, Max-arterial maximum CT attenuation in arterial phase, Mean-arterial mean CT attenuation in arterial phase, Max-venous maximum CT attenuation in venous phase, Mean-venous mean CT attenuation in venous phase