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Table 5 The frequency of infection with single or multiple HPV type in cervical pathology

From: Oral-genital human papillomavirus infection in Polish couples: frequent detection of HPV 42

A. Frequency of HPV 16 in relation to women’s health status
 Disease Total number of patients (n=197) Total number of patients with HPV 16 (n=70) p value
  Previously diagnosed CC 71 40 0.002
  CIN I & II 126 30
B. Most commonly detected HPVs as single or multiple infection in relation to women’s health status
 HPV 16 (n=70) only HPV 16 (n=49) HPV 16 + other types (n=21) p value
  Previously diagnosed CC (n=40) 32 8 0.035
  CIN I & II (n=30) 17 13
 HPV 31 (n=25) only HPV 31 (n=18) HPV 31 + other types (n=7) p value p value with Yates’ correction*
  Previously diagnosed CC (n=3) 1 2 0.112 0.366
  CIN I & II (n=22) 17 5
 HPV 42 (n=20) only HPV 42 (n=9) HPV 42 + other types (n=11) p value p value with Yates’ correction
  Previously diagnosed CC (n=15) 9 6 0.019 0.069
  CIN I & II (n=5) 0 5
 HPV 39 (n=18) only HPV 39 (n=3) HPV 39 + other types (n=15) p value p value with Yates’ correction
  Previously diagnosed CC (n=5) 0 5 0.239 0.638
  CIN I & II (n=13) 3 10
 HPV 54 (n=16) only HPV 54 (n=3) HPV 54 + other types (n=13) p value p value with Yates’ correction
  Previously diagnosed CC (n=3) 0 3 0.356 0.916
  CIN I & II (n=13) 3 10
  1. *Yates’ correction was applied when at least one group consisted of less than 5 samples