Skip to main content

Table 4 Frequency of multiple HPV types in women with different precancerous grades

From: Prevalence of human papillomavirus genotypes and precancerous cervical lesions in a screening population in Beijing, China: analysis of results from China’s top 3 hospital, 2009–2019

HPV genotypes HSIL LSIL Normal Total
n % n % n % n %
HPV (−) 105 6.02% 159 11.74% 15 42.86% 331 10.56%
Single type 1059 60.69% 714 52.73% 11 31.43% 1732 55.26%
Two types 377 21.60% 313 23.12% 5 14.29% 726 23.17%
Three types 127 7.28% 120 8.86% 1 2.86% 248 7.91%
Four types 58 3.32% 36 2.66% 2 5.71% 65 2.07%
Five types 14 0.80% 7 0.52% 1 2.86% 22 0.70%
Six types 4 0.23% 4 0.30%    8 0.26%
Seven types 1 0.06% 1 0.07%    2 0.06%
Total 1745 55.68% 1354 43.20% 35 1.12% 3134 100.00%
  1. The proportion of HPV (−) in Normal is significantly different from that of other groups, P < 0.05 (HSIL, χ2 = 37.05; LSIL, χ2 = 24.10)
  2. The proportion of Single type in HSIL is not significantly different from that of other groups, p > 0.05 (HSIL, χ2 = 1.31) except for Normal, (χ2 = 18.12, P < 0.05)
  3. The proportion of Two types in HSIL is not significantly different from that of other groups P > 0.05 (LSIL, χ2 = 0.03; Normal, χ2 = 2.17)
  4. The proportion of Three types in HSIL is not significantly different from that of other groups P > 0.05 (LSIL, χ2 = 0.27; Normal, χ2 = 1.68)
  5. The proportion of Four types in HSIL is not significantly different from that of other groups P > 0.05 (LSIL, χ2 = 0.00; Normal, χ2 = 1.05)
  6. The proportion of Five types in HSIL is not significantly different from that of other groups P > 0.05 (LSIL, χ2 = 0.00; Normal, χ2 = 1.02)
  7. The proportion of Six types in HSIL is not significantly different from that of other groups P > 0.05 (LSIL, χ2 = 0.00)
  8. The proportion of Seven types in HSIL is not significantly different from that of other groups P > 0.05 (LSIL, χ2 = 0.00)
\