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Table 2 The prevalence of HPV genotypes in patients of both groups

From: Human papillomavirus genotypes and the risk factors associated with multicentric intraepithelial lesions of the lower genital tract: a retrospective study

HPV genotypes The multicentric lesions group (n = 177) The single CIN group (n = 815)
High-risk genotypes, n (%)
 16 69(39.0) 338(41.5)
 18 16(9.0) 68(8.3)
 31 11(6.2) 51(6.3)
 33 15(8.5) 60(7.4)
 35 3(1.7) 24(2.9)
 39 3(1.7) 34(4.2)
 45 6(3.4) 6(0.7)
 51 17(9.6) 35(4.3)
 52 19(10.7) 123(15.1)
 53 24(13.6) 51(6.3)
 56 17(9.6) 45(5.5)
 58 22(12.4) 115(14.1)
 59 6(3.4) 23(2.8)
 66 4(2.3) 29(3.6)
 68 9(5.1) 41(5.0)
Low-risk genotypes, n (%)
 6 5(2.8) 10(1.2)
 11 3(1.7) 1(0.1)
 42 5(2.8) 20(2.5)
 43 7(4.0) 10(1.2)
 44 1(0.6) 2(0.2)
 81 6(3.4) 19(2.3)
  1. Note: Women with multiple HPV types detected are counted to each type, and therefore counted more than once
  2. HPV human papillomavirus, CIN cervical intraepithelial neoplasia