Renal infarction RI is usually

Results
Table 1.
Demographics, clinical presentation, and pathological grade and stage information (n = 52).
Variable Value
Age at diagnosis (y)
Median 66.5
Range 38–90
31–40 5
41–50 6
51–60 11
61–70 13
71–80 14
81–90 3
Smoking history, n (%)
Yes 13 (25)
No 39 (75)
Symptoms, n (%)
Exophytic tumor 36 (69)
Ulcerative tumor 16 (31)
Palpable ARRY-380 node, n (%)
Yes 13 (25)
No 39 (75)
Surgery type, n (%)
Partial penectomy 32 (62)
Total penectomy 10 (38)
Lymphadenectomy, n (%)
Yes 13 (25)
No 39 (75)
Distant metastases, n (%)
Yes 4 (8)
No 48 (92)
Death from disease, n (%)
Yes 13 (25)
No 39 (75)
Tumor grade, n (%)
1 32
2 11
3 4
T stage
T1 29
T2 15
T3 3
T4 1
N stage
N0 37
N1 1
N2 8
N3 4
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Thirteen potential variables were used for the univariate analysis of predicted cancer-specific survival (Table 2). The following variables were associated with poor prognosis: high histological grade (p = 0.013), TNM stage (p < 0.001), involvement of the corpus spongiosum (p = 0.001), involvement of the corpora cavernosa (p = 0.046), lymphovascular invasion (p < 0.001), perineural invasion (p = 0.006), LND (p = 0.001), and palpable inguinal lymph node (p = 0.006).