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Table 2 Description of structured EMR data

From: Richer fusion network for breast cancer classification based on multimodal data

Feature Value Feature Value
Age: The incidence of breast cancer is rising rapidly after the age of 20 0: Less than 20
1: Between 20 and 40
2: Older than 40
Gender: Male can also get breast cancer 0: Male
1: Female
Disease Course Type: Benign tumors grow slowly, but cancers grow much faster 0: Not mentioned
1: Chronic
2: Acute
3: Hidden
Pectoral Muscle Adhesion 0: No
1: Yes
Personal Tumor History 0: No
1: Yes
Family Tumor History 0: No
1: Yes
Prophase Treatment 0: No
1: Yes
Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy 0: No
1: Yes
Dimple Sign: Tumors invade the suspensory ligament of the breast, it may shrink and pull the skin to form a depression like dimple 0: No
1: Yes
Orange Peel Appearance: The skin thickens and the follicle mouth dilate and sink in 0: No
1: Yes
Redness and Swelling of Skin: Mainly found in inflammatory breast carcinoma 0: No
1: Yes
Skin Ulcers: Advanced cancer may directly invade the skin 0: No
1: Yes
Tumor: Breast tumor 0: No
1: Yes
Breast deformation 0: No
1: Yes
Nipple Change: Patients with abnormal nipple changes, usually manifested as nipple erosion or nipple retraction 0: No change
1: Nipple erosion
2: Nipple retraction
Nipple Discharge: such as bloody nipple discharge 0: No
1: Yes
Axillary Lymphadenectasis (AL): axillary lymph node is the earliest metastasis site of breast carcinoma. The number of metastases can guide treatment plans 0: No AL
1: Movable
2: Lymph node fusion
3: Parasternal lymph node metastasis
Swelling of Lymph Nodes: Benign neoplasm does not metastasize to distant sites 0: No distant metastasize
1: Distant metastasis
Tumor Position: The final detection of breast tumor relies on segmentation of tumor region to a great extent 0: Outer
1: Upper
2: Inner lower
3: Outer lower
4: Central zone
Tumor Number: Most of the breast carcinoma has single tumor in unilateral breast 0: Single-unilateral
1: Multiple-unilateral
2: Bilateral
Tumor Size: The size of the tumor refers to the area of the surrounding tissue infiltrated by the lesion. The measurement should be accurate to millimeters(mm) 0: Less than 20
1: Between 20 and 50
2: Greater than 50
Tumor Texture: Usually the texture of the carcinoma is hard 0: Soft
1: Hard
2: Hard tough
3: Tough
4: Moderate
Tumor Border: Most breast carcinoma shows infiltrative growth with unclear borders. Some can be flat, surface is not smooth 0: Clear
1: Unclear
2: Invasive
Smooth Surface: It's a sign of a benign tumor 0: No
1: Yes
Tumor Morphology: Benign is round or oval, malignant masses exhibit irregularity in shapes 0: Regular
1: Moderate
2: Irregular
Activity: Small tumor has good activity 0: Good
1: Moderate
2: Bad
Capsules: The Benign tumors often have capsules, while malignant tumors have no capsules or incomplete capsules 0: No envelope
1: Incomplete
2: Enveloped
Tenderness: It is mainly found in inflammatory breast carcinoma 0: No
1: Yes
2: Periodicity
Skin Adhesion: A sign of malignancy 0: No; 1: Yes - -