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Table 2 The incidence of pituitary apoplexy

From: Risk factors for the incidence of apoplexy in pituitary adenoma: a single-center study from southwestern China

CharacteristicsApoplexy(n = 121)%P
Age
 ≤ 35333.910.993*
 36~45313.67 
 46~55354.15 
 ≥ 56222.61 
Gender
 Female667.820.228*
 Male556.52 
Tumor size
d ≤ 2 cm384.500.276
d > 2 cm839.84 
Diabetes mellitus50.590.563*
Hypertension222.610.006*
Pathological staining
 Null667.8NA
 FSH-LH11313.4 
 PRL11814.0 
 ACTH354.2 
 GH495.8 
 TSH00 
 Multi-staining46254.8 
  1. NA Not applicable, PRL Prolactin, GH Growth hormone, LH Luteinizing hormone, ACTH Adrenocorticotropic hormone, TSH Thyroid-stimulating hormone, FSH Follicle-stimulating hormone, PA Clinical pituitary apoplexy
  2. *Pearson’s chi-squared test
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