The Kaplan–Meier survival analysis of gastric adenocarcinoma patients (n = 97) in the test group with a low density of CD15+ TINs (n = 52) and a high density of CD15+ TINs (n = 45).

<p>The patients were divided into high CD15+ TINs group (≧21.60 cells/HPF) and low CD15+ TINs group (<21.60 cells/HPF) according to the median density of CD15+ TINs (21.60 cells/HPF), which was obtained from the training group. Log-rank test shows that the patients with the high density of CD15+ TINs showed significantly poorer prognosis than those with the low density of CD15+ TINs (p = 0.032).</p>