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Table 2 Prevalence ratios of determinants of external genital lesions according to sex. POP-Brazil Study, 2016–2017

From: Sex differences in the prevalence and determinants of HPV-related external genital lesions in young adults: a national cross-sectional survey in Brazil

  Prevalence Ratio (95% CI)
Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4
Women
Presence of HPV 1.87 (1.11–3.16)* 1.87 (1.10–3.19)* 1.74 (1.03–2.96)* 1.35 (0.78–2.33)
Age
  ≤ 20 years   1 1 1
  > 20 years   1.01 (0.61–1.67) 1.00 (0.61–1.65) 0.86 (0.52–1.43)
Alcohol consumption    2.17 (1.30–3.62)* 1.91 (1.09–3.33)*
Condom use     0.77 (0.46–1.29)
More than 2 partners in the last year     1.18 (0.67–2.06)
Presence of STI     2.03 (1.10–3.73)*
Men
 Presence of HPV 1.87 (0.87–4.03) 1.80 (0.82–3.95) 1.84 (0.83–4.07) 1.99 (0.82–4.83)
 Age
   ≤ 20 years   1 1 1
   > 20 years   1.74 (0.84–3.59) 1.71 (0.82–3.56) 1.22 (0.56–2.64)
Alcohol consumption    1.12 (0.42–2.98) 2.53 (0.81–7.94)
Condom use     0.46 (0.21–1.01)
More than 2 partners in the last year     1.69 (0.75–3.82)
Presence of STI infection     3.13 (1.57–6.24)*
  1. HPV Human Papillomavirus, STI Sexually Transmitted Infection, CI Confidence Interval, Model 1 presence of HPV, Model 2 model 1 and age, Model 3 model 2 and alcohol consumption, Model 4 model 3 and condom use, more than two partners in the last year, and presence of STI. *p < 0.05