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Greenfield's Neuropathology. In all cases, complete resection was defined as both macroscopic and microscopic tumor-free margins. To determine the cut-off values that yielded the highest combined sensitivity and specificity with respect to distinguishing invaded from noninvaded organs, conventional ROC curves were used to analyze the ratios Fig 3a.
The median ratios for pl1, pl2, and pl3 tumors were 0. In addition, a cut-off ratio of 0. When the ratios were then used for diagnosis, we found that with a cut-off value of greater than 0.
Fourteen patients with pleural effusion, pneumonia, or atelectasis or cystic lesion with necrosis were excluded from the ratio measurements. This represents an improvement over values obtained by using conventional criteria by radiologists A and B Table 3. The respective sensitivity, specificity, PPV, NPV, and accuracy for diagnosis of invasion using conventional criteria by radiologist A were For one patient, radiologist A was undecided whether the lesion might be an adenoid cystic carcinoma originating from trachea.
The ROC curve for the conventional criteria is shown in Figure 3b. Figure 3a: ROC curves for detection of organ invasion.
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Better diagnostic performance was achieved by using arch distance-to-maximum tumor diameter ratios than conventional criteria. Figure 3b: ROC curves for detection of organ invasion. The ratios in the pl3 groups were significantly higher than those in the other groups, and the 0.
Table 4 shows the sensitivity, specificity, PPV, NPV, accuracy, and AUC for diagnosis when the arch distance-to-maximum tumor diameter ratio for chest wall invasion or adjacent lobe invasion was greater than 0.
One patient with a large cystic lesion with necrosis was excluded from the analysis. These values were more excellent than the sensitivity and specificity for chest wall invasion obtained by using conventional criteria. Figure 4b shows the arch distance-to-maximum tumor diameter ratios for tumors classified according to pleural invasion value. Our findings indicate that arch distance-to-maximum tumor diameter ratios can be a supportive tool used by radiologists and surgeons to determine the pleural invasion category and surgical indications for T3 and T4 invasion.