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Table 2 Frequency table showing short-axis diameter of smallest and largest 18F-DCFPyL positive lymph nodes in the pelvis and outside the pelvis on a per patient basis

From: 18F-DCFPyL PET/CT in primary staging of prostate cancer

Short-axis diameter (mm) Locoregional lymph nodes Distant lymph nodes
Smallest Largest Smallest Largest
Frequency Cumulative (%) Frequency Cumulative (%) Frequency Cumulative (%) Frequency Cumulative (%)
1 3 4.3 1 1.4 2 6.9   
2 16 27.5 5 8.7 7 31.0 1 3.4
3 19 55.1 8 20.3 5 48.3 2 10.3
4 14 75.4 9 33.3 10 82.8 6 31.0
5 6 84.1 3 37.7 2 89.7 2 37.9
6 3 88.4 7 47.8 0 89.7 2 44.8
7–8 6 97.1 8 59.4 1 93.1 5 62.2
9–10    5 66.7 1 96.6 2 69.0
11–15 1 98.6 13 85.5 1 100 5 86.2
> 15 1 100 10 100    4 100
  1. According to EAU prostate cancer guideline lymph nodes with a short axis > 8 mm in the pelvis and > 10 mm outside the pelvis are usually considered malignant