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Table 3 Association of demographic and warts characteristics with oncogenic HPV detection (N = 156)

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

Characteristic Oncogenic HPV
n (%)
Non-Oncogenic HPV
n (%)
P. Value
Gender    0.4623
 Male 43 (33.3) 86 (66.7)  
 Female 11 (40.7) 16 (59.3)  
Nationality    0.2193
 Kuwaiti 31 (39.2) 48 (60.8)  
 Non-Kuwaiti 23 (29.9) 54 (70.1)  
Number of Warts    0.6142
 One 1 (33.3) 2 (66.7)  
 Two – Four 34 (38.2) 55 (61.8)  
 At least Five 19 (29.7) 45 (70.3)  
Duration of presence of each Wart    0.1623
 Less than one month 6 (18.2) 27 (81.8)  
 One – six months 31 (38.8) 49 (61.3)  
 Seven – Twelve months 12 (41.4) 17 (58.6)  
 More than 12 months 5 (35.7) 9 (64.3)  
Size of each Wart    0.0474
 Less than one Cm1 9 (25.0) 27 (75.0)  
 One Cm 9 (24.3) 28 (75.7)  
 One – two Cm 31 (44.3) 39 (55.7)  
 More than two Cm 5 (38.5) 8 (61.5)  
Wart subject to prior treatment    0.0603
 No 26 (28.6) 65 (71.4)  
 Yes 28 (43.1) 37 (56.9)  
Partner has Warts    0.4693
 No 39 (33.1) 79 (66.9)  
 Yes 15 (39.5) 23 (60.5)  
  1. Data are numbers of patients (%).1: Centimeter. Oncogenic HPV if it is positive in one of HPV types: 16, 18, 33 and 38. Non-oncogenic HPV if it is positive in one of HPV types: 1a, 2, 6, 7, 9, 27, 27b, 57b, 57c, 65 and 81. 2Fisher exact test, 3Pearson Chi square test, 4 Chi square test for trend