Table 12: Studies of the association between circumcision status and the prevalence of genital warts.

StudyIntact +ve/−veCircumcised +ve/−veOdds ratio95% confidence intervalExact odds ratioExact confidence interval

Cook 51/489412/18240.460.34–0.630.46180.3326–0.6307
Dave 175/465937/9450.950.66–1.370.95940.6646–1.4173
Dinh28/1127133/28220.530.35–0.800.52720.3356–0.8026
Donovan 20/9530/1551.090.58–2.021.08740.5517–2.1075
Ferris45/1578107/22630.600.42–0.860.60320.4135–0.8677
Lavreys 3/9216/6351.290.37–4.531.29370.2370–4.6463
Mallon 29/2467/751.260.53–3.001.26230.5139–3.5538
Mandal22/666/110.610.20–1.850.61420.1815–2.2693
Parker 45/54552/6771.070.71–1.631.07490.6931–1.6617
Richters110/3429194/52970.880.69–1.110.87590.6840–1.1171
Rodriguez-Diaz54/39240/1740.600.38–0.940.59970.3753–0.9640
Tseng: cases5/568/310.350.35–1.150.34990.0825–1.3348
Tseng: controls3/463/481.040.20–5.441.04300.1328–8.1928
Van Den Eeden14/7225/1260.980.48–2.000.98010.4656–2.1052
Wilson 18/9820/30411.470.96–190.857.86641.3505–[45.8203]*
Random effects summary effect:0.82250.65–1.04

Brackets have infinite confidence interval replaced with value equidistant from the odds ratio as the measured confidence interval.