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Table 4 The correlation between the top seven common high-risk HPV genotypes and multicentric lesions detection

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

HPV genotypes No. of multicentric lesions, n (%) Univariable analysis
OR (95% CI)
Adjusting for menopause, smoking, gravidity and etc. * OR (95% CI)
HPV16, n = 407 69(17.0) 0.90 (0.65–1.26) 0.93 (0.66–1.31)
HPV53, n = 75 24(32.0) 2.35 (1.40–3.93) 1.61 (0.92–2.81)
HPV58, n = 137 22(16.1) 0.86 (0.53–1.41) 0.83 (0.50–1.39)
HPV52, n = 142 19(13.4) 0.68 (0.41–1.13) 0.56 (0.32–0.97)
HPV51, n = 52 17(32.7) 2.37 (1.29–4.33) 1.97 (1.04–3.75)
HPV56, n = 62 17(27.4) 1.82 (1.01–3.26) 1.59 (0.85–2.98)
HPV18, n = 84 16(19.0) 1.09 (0.62–1.93) 1.09 (0.60–1.98)
  1. * adjusted for menopause, smoking, gravidity, parity, a history of malignant tumor beyond the lower genital tract and multiple HPV infection
  2. HPV, human papillomavirus