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Table 2 Multivariate logistic regression analyses of the risk of CIN1/CIN2–3/ICC by TV stratified by hr-HPV infection status

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

  CIN1 CIN2–3 ICC
n OR p n OR p n OR p
Total 861 1.18(1.42–2.31) <.0001 800 1.17(0.88–1.55) 0.2735 77 0.99(0.36–2.75) 0.9898
16 371 0.69(0.48–1.01) 0.0501 590 1.71(1.16–2.53) 0.0069 64
18 149 1.96(0.85–4.51) 0.112 55 2.18(0.75–6.34) 0.1544 12
OHR 535 0.73(0.49–1.08) 0.1147 344 0.90(0.56–1.45) 0.6704 15 0.36(0.12–1.06) 0.0633
  1. Adjusted for age, the highest level of education, number of pregnancies, number of births, menopause, miscellaneous bacteria density, poverty, method of contraception, lifetime sex partners, gardnerella and candida spp. (OHR-other high risk)