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Figure 6: Maximum nuclear size of tumors determined using image analysis compared with manual Fuhrman nuclear grades. The maximum nuclear size presents an increasing trend in Grades I, II, and III/IV. One-way analysis of variance supports a significant group difference (P < 0.001). Posthoc analysis shows significant differences between Grades I and III, I and IV, II and III, as well as II and IV

Figure 6: Maximum nuclear size of tumors determined using image analysis compared with manual Fuhrman nuclear grades. The maximum nuclear size presents an increasing trend in Grades I, II, and III/IV. One-way analysis of variance supports a significant group difference (<i>P</i> < 0.001). <i>Posthoc</i> analysis shows significant differences between Grades I and III, I and IV, II and III, as well as II and IV