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Table 1 The distribution of patients and samples.

From: Identification of usual interstitial pneumonia pattern using RNA-Seq and machine learning: challenges and solutions

Representative histopathology types Training set Test set
  # samples # patients # patients
UIP Total 212 (60%) 53 (59%) 23 (47%)
 Usual Interstitial pneumonia (UIP) 136 34 11
 Difficult UIP 40 11 7
 Favor UIP 22 5 4
 UIP (lower lobe) + Nonspecific interstitial pneumonia (NSIP) (upper lobe) 5 1  
 Difficult UIP (lower lobe) + NSIP (upper lobe) 4 1  
 UIP (lower lobe) + Pulmonary hypertension (upper lobe) 5 1  
 Favor HP (lower lobe) + Difficult UIP (upper lobe)    1
Non-UIP Total 142 (40%) 37 (41%) 26 (53%)
 Respiratory bronchiolitis (RB); Smoking-related interstitial fibrosis 26 7 7
 Hypersensitivity pneumonitis; Favor HP 19 4 4
 Sarcoidosis 17 5 4
 NSIP; Cellular NSIP; Favor NSIP 18 5 3
 Diffuse alveolar damage; DAD with hemosiderosis 2 1 2
 Amyloid or light chain deposition    1
 Bronchiolitis 12 3 1
 Eosinophilic pneumonia (EP) 5 1 1
 Exogenous lipid pneumonia    1
 Organizing alveolar hemorrhage    1
 Organizing pneumonia (OP) 29 7 1
 Pneumocystis pneumonia (PP) 4 1  
 Emphysema 10 3  
Total 354 90 49