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Table 3 STI infections in patients with and without MG infection, (n = 678)

From: Prevalence and correlates of Mycoplasma genitalium infection among patients attending a sexually transmitted infection clinic in Guangdong, China: a cross-sectional study

aSTI MG-negative MG-positive P value
bHIV 0.427
 No 621 (92.7) 49 (7.3)  
 Yes 8 (100.0) 0 (0.0)  
cCT 0.802
 No 544 (92.7) 43 (7.3)  
 Yes 85 (93.4) *6 (6.6)  
dHSV-2 0.250
 No 540 (92.3) 45 (7.7)  
 Yes 88 (95.7) 4 (4.3)  
eTP 0.879
 No 606 (92.8) 47 (7.2)  
 Yes 23 (92.0) 2 (8.0)  
Genital warts 0.271
 No 441 (92.1) 38 (7.9)  
 Yes 188 (94.5) 11 (5.5)  
fNG 0.890
 No 574 (92.7) 45 (7.3)  
 Yes 55 (93.2) *4 (6.8)  
  1. aSexually transmitted infection; b Human immunodeficiency virus; c Chlamydia trachomatis; d Herpes simplex virus 2; e Treponema pallidum; f Neisseria gonorrhoeae. * One patient had MG&CT&NG coinfection