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Table 4 Age-adjusted association between specific pHR/HR HPV genotypes and CD4 count < 200 μl and CD4 count ≥350 cells/μl (upper part); sex -adjusted associations between the three most prevalent pHR and HR HPV genotypes and age OR from logistic regression

From: Distribution of human papillomaviruses and bacterial vaginosis in HIV positive women with abnormal cytology in Mombasa, Kenya

HPV genotype Odds ratio 95 % CI P value*
CD4 count < 200 cells/μl
 HPV 16 0.7 0.2–1.9 0.4
 HPV 18 1.3 0.4–4.6 0.7
 HPV 31 1.1 0.3–4.4 0.9
 HPV 33 3.3 0.9–11.9 0.07
 HPV 35 2.4 0.7–8.3 0.2
 HPV 45 3.3 0.3–39.4 0.4
 HPV 51 1.5 0.4–5.6 0.6
 HPV 52 2.5 0.8 8.1 0.1
 HPV 53 4.4 1.4–13.6 0.01
 HPV 56 0.6 0.2–2.2 0.4
 HPV 58 2.6 0.7–8.7 0.1
 HPV 66 3.1 0.8–11.9 0.1
 HPV 68 0.6 0.06–6.2 0.7
 Multiple HPV co-infection 3.7 1.2–12.1 0.03
CD4 count ≥350 cells/μl
 HPV 16 2.9 1.0–8.3 0.05
 HPV 18 0.4 0.08–1.9 0.2
 HPV 53 0.6 0.2–2.1 0.4
 Multiple HPV co-infection 0.7 0.3–2.0 0.5
Age ≥ 30 adjusted for sexual partners
 HPV 16 1.1 0.3–4.1 0.8
 HPV 18 2.3 0.5–11.5 0.3
 HPV 53 0.9 0.2–3.2 0.8
 Multiple pHR/HR HPV infections 2.4 0.7–8.9 0.2
  1. *p-value from Wald test