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Table 1 Histologic diagnosis distribution in 1952 h-HPV and TV co-infection population

From: Co-infection with trichomonas vaginalis increases the risk of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia grade 2–3 among HPV16 positive female: a large population-based study

HPV genotype   Normala
n (%)b
CIN1
n (%)
CIN2
n (%)
CIN3
n (%)
Cancer
n (%)
Total
n
16 Single-infection 1127(61.48) 234(12.77) 161(8.78) 260(14.18) 51(2.78) 1833
Co-infection 35(71.69) 68(13.85) 23(4.68) 42(8.55) 6(1.22) 491
16 + OHR Single-infection 492(63.48) 121(15.61) 75 (9.68) 75 (9.68) 12(1.55) 775
Co-infection 132(69.84) 25(13.23) 15(7.94) 15(7.94) 2(1.06) 189
16 + 18 Single-infection 24(55.81) 10(23.26) 5(11.63) 4(9.3) 0(0) 43
Co-infection 5(45.45) 3(27.27) 1(9.09) 1(9.09) 1(9.09) 11
16 + 18 + OHR Single-infection 30(63.83) 6(12.77) 9(19.15) 1(2.13) 1(2.13) 47
Co-infection 3(50) 1(16.67) 1(16.67) 1(16.67) 0(0) 6
18 Single-infection 401(77.12) 82(15.77) 16(3.08) 10(1.92) 11(2.12) 520
Co-infection 87(82.86) 13(12.38) 3(2.86) 1(0.95) 1(0.95) 105
18 + OHR Single-infection 169(73.48) 51(22.17) 6(2.6) 4(1.74) 0(0) 230
Co-infection 15(46.87) 14(43.75) 2(6.25) 1(3.13) 0(0) 32
OHR Single-infection 16,916(96.95) 357(2.05) 105(0.60) 69(0.39) 2(0.01) 17,449
Co-infection 1049(93.83) 47(4.20) 15(1.34) 6(0.54) 1(0.09) 1118
  1. a: female who have normal histologic or cytology results. OHR: other high risk type. (bpercentages are calculated in turn; OHR-other high risk)