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Table 1 Baseline characteristics

From: A radiomics-based model on non-contrast CT for predicting cirrhosis: make the most of image data

Parameter Training (n = 144) Validation (n = 150) P value
Sex    .88
No. of men 117 (81.3) 120 (80.0)  
No. of women 27 (18.7) 30 (20.0)  
Age    .49
  < 60 (years) 68 (47.2) 77 (51.3)  
  ≥ 60 (years) 76 (52.8) 73 (48.7)  
CT-reported cirrhosis    .81
Cirrhosis-negative 98 (68.1) 100 (66.7)  
Cirrhosis-positive 46 (31.9) 50 (33.3)  
Laboratory findingsa
AST (IU/mL) 31.6 (23.5–48.2) 29.3 (21.1–38.5) .13
ALT (IU/mL) 31.2 (22.0–50.0) 26.9 (19.6–39.6) .07
GGT (IU/mL) 53.5 (32.0–111.4) 54.9 (29.5–91.2) .26
Total bilirubin (ng/mL) 13.5 (9.2–18.5) 12.9 (10.0–17.8) .16
Platelet count (109/L) 141.5 (91.8–182.3) 138.5 (100.5–188.3) .70
INR 1.04 (0.98–1.11) 1.04 (0.98–1.11) .31
APRI 0.63 (0.41–0.98) 0.53 (0.33–0.91) .16
FIB-4 2.65 (1.70–4.14) 2.30 (1.62–3.76) .21
Histologic grade    .59
F0 18 (12.5) 14 (9.3) .46
F1 24 (16.7) 32 (21.3) .37
F2 13 (9.0) 18 (12.0) .45
F3 26 (18.1) 29 (19.3) .88
F4 63 (43.8) 57 (38.0) .34
  1. Note. —Except where indicated, data are numbers of patients, with percentages in parentheses. ALT alanine aminotransferase, APRI aspartate aminotransferase-to-platelet ratio, AST aspartate aminotransferase, FIB-4 fibrosis-4 index, GGT γ-glutamyl transferase, INR international normalized ratio
  2. aData are medians, with interquartile range in parentheses