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Figure 2: Comparison of overall survival in the low (neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio <2.2) and high (neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio ≥2.2) neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio groups. The overall survival was significantly higher in the low neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio group than in the high neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio group in locally advanced hepatocellular carcinoma patients following radiofrequency ablation (P < 0.001)

Figure 2: Comparison of overall survival in the low (neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio <2.2) and high (neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio ≥2.2) neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio groups. The overall survival was significantly higher in the low neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio group than in the high neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio group in locally advanced hepatocellular carcinoma patients following radiofrequency ablation (<i>P</i> < 0.001)