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Table 5 Summary of case series investigating the prevalence of HPV DNA in tumour tissue from patients with ocular surface squamous neoplasias.

From: Genital and cutaneous human papillomavirus (HPV) types in relation to conjunctival squamous cell neoplasia: A case-control study in Uganda

Study [Reference] Detection method Number HPV positive/total (%) HPV type
McDonnell et al, 1987 [46] In situ hybridisation (ISH) 0/28 (0%) HPV 2, 6, 16, 18
McDonnell et al, 1989 [47] PCR 1/1 (100%) HPV 16
Lauer et al, 1990 [48] PCR 4/5 (80%) HPV 16
   2/5 (40%) HPV18
Odrich et al, 1991 [49] PCR 2/2 (100%) HPV 16
McDonnell et a l, 1992 [50] PCR 33/38 (87%) HPV 16
Tuppurainen et al, 1992 [51] ISH and PCR 0/4 (0%) HPV 6, 11, 16 and 18
Serna et al, 1995 [52] PCR 1/9 (11%) HPV 16
Nakamura et al, 1997 [53] ISH and PCR 2/8 (25%) HPV 16
   2/8 (25%) HPV 18
Toth et al, 2000 [54] PCR 5/23 (9%) HPV types not specified
Eng et al, 2002 [55] PCR 0/20 (0%) HPV 6, 11, 16, 18
Moubayed et al, 2004 [56] ISH 12/14 (86%) HPV 16
   13/14 (93%) HPV 18
   12/14 (86%) HPV 6 and 11
Reszec and Sulkowski, 2005 [57] PCR 1/11 (9%) HPV 16
   1/11 (9%) HPV 18