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Table 2 HPV type-specific prevalence in patients with anogenital warts (N = 156)

From: Association of HPV genotypes with external anogenital warts: a cross sectional study

Infection with a single HPV type
n (%)
Infection with two HPV types
n(%)
Infection with three HPV types
n (%)
16 44 (28.2) 1a + 57c 2 (1.3) 1a + 2 + 4 1 (0.64)
27b 23 (14.7) 6 + 57c 2 (1.3) 1a + 2 + 16 1 (0.64)
57c 22 (14.1) 16 + 57c 2 (1.3) 1a + 57c + 65 1 (0.64)
6 16 (10.3) 1a + 27b 1 (0.64) 9 + 27b + 65 1 (0.64)
2 15 (9.6) 1a + 33 1 (0.64)   
65 7 (4.5) 1a + 16 1 (0.64)   
1a 2 (1.3) 2 + 27b 1 (0.64)   
18 2 (1.3) 6 + 2 1 (0.64)   
57b 2 (1.3) 6 + 27b 1 (0.64)   
7 1 (0.64) 6 + 65 1 (0.64)   
9 1 (0.64) 16+ 27b 1 (0.64)   
27 1 (0.64) 16 + 2 1 (0.64)   
38 1 (0.64)     
81 1 (0.64)     
  1. Data are numbers of patients (%). Listed are the most prevalent HPV types, other types occurred in multiple infection including HPV 4 and HPV 33