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Table S1 Multivariable analysis testing the relationship between the number of positive biopsy zones and two endpoints: (1) pathologically unfavourable tumour status (pathological Gleason ≥4+3 and/or pathological stage ≥T3), and (2) clinically significant tumour status (tumour size ≥2.5 mL). The examined cohort included 524 patients with prostate cancer that qualified for AS according to commonly used criteria, and were treated with RP at a single institution.

Table S2 Multivariable analysis testing the relationship between tumour laterality and two endpoints: (1) pathologically unfavourable tumour status (pathological Gleason ≥4+3 and/or pathological stage ≥T3), and (2) clinically significant tumour status (tumour size ≥2.5 mL). The examined cohort included 524 patients with prostate cancer that qualified for AS according to commonly used criteria, and were treated with RP at a single institution.

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