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Table 2 Univariate risk factors analysis for LARS score and Jorge-Wexner scale

From: Functional outcomes after resections for low rectal tumors: comparison of Transanal with laparoscopic Total Mesorectal excision

Univariate risk factors analysis for LARS scale
  OR 95% CI p value
Females vs. Males 0.84 0.26–2.68 0.767
Age 0.95 0.89–1.02 0.192
BMI 0.92 0.80–1.06 0.253
TaTME vs. LaTME 0.84 0.26–2.67 0.768
Depth 0,81 0.81–0.53 0.342
Radiotherapy 1.27 0.33–4.95 0.730
Anastomosis type (Stapled vs handsewn) 4,63 0.46–45.97 0.187
IAE 0.76 0.18–3.28 0.711
Operative time 1.00 0.99–1.01 0.712
Blood loss 0.998 0.995–1.002 0.406
Complications 6.75 1.27–36.03 0.025
cT 0.87 0.42–1.80 0.714
pT 1.21 0.74–2.00 0.451
AJCC 1.12 0.66–1.89 0.687
Adjuvant treatment 1.00 0.43–2.30 0.99
Univariate risk factors analysis for Jorge-Wexner scale
  Parameter ± SD p value
Females vs. Males 0.562 ± 1.074 0.605
BMI 0.120 ± 0.224 0.595
TaTME vs. LaTME 0.723 ± 1.167 0.541
Depth 0.511 ± 0.695 0.468
Radiotherapy 1.129 ± 1.120 0.322
Anastomosis (Stapled vs handsewn) 0.240 ± 1.036 0.817
IAE 1.181 ± 1.390 0.402
Operative time 0.019 ± 0.020 0.350
Blood loss 0.005 ± 0.007 0.496
Complications 1.268 ± 1.109 0.262
cT 0.30 ± 0.970 0.755
pT 1.080 ± 0.945 0.262
AJCC 0.19 ± 0.710 0.785
Adjuvant treatment 0.242 ± 1.520 0.757
  1. Notes: Abbreviations: OR, Odds ratio; CI, Confidence interval; IAE, Intraoperative adverse events