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Table 4 Characteristics of 1265 women with both HPV and vaginal infections

From: Association between common vaginal and HPV infections and results of cytology test in the Zhoupu District, Shanghai City, China, from 2014 to 2019

  HPV-positive HPV-negative P-value OR (95% CIs)
Age (years old)
Mean (SD) 38.5(11.6) 38.6(11.9)   
Median (Min, Max) 36(18–69) 36(16–83)   
 <  = 30 109(44.9%) 434(42.5%) 0.0516 1.3(1.1–1.6)
30–40 51(21%) 303(29.6%) 0.0624 0.9(0.7–1.2)
 >  = 40 83(34.2%) 285(27.9%) 0.2378 1.5(1.2–1.9)
TCT
Normal 223(91.8%) 999(97.7%) 0.0000 0.3(0.2–0.5)
Abnormal 20(8.2%) 23(2.3%)   
Pathology
CIN 7(2.9%) 0(0%) 0.0000  
Cervical cancer 0 0(0%)   
Highly-suspected precancerous lesions 13(5.3%) 22(2.2%)   
  1. 0.0000: There was a significant difference in abnormal TCT results between the HPV-positive group and the HPV-negative group, 0.0000: The number of women diagnosed with cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) and cervical cancer with HPV and vaginal infections was higher than that of women without HPV/vaginal infections (P<0.001)
  2. OR (95% CIs), Odd Ratio (95% Confidence Intervals)