Table 4: Studies of the association between circumcision status and the prevalence of genital discharge syndrome.

StudyIntact +ve/−veCircumcised +ve/−veOdds ratio95% confidence intervalExact odds ratioExact 95%
confidence interval

Agot 207/237184/2101.000.76–1.310.99680.7525–1.3206
Bailey 58/11865/790.600.38–0.940.59840.3657–0.9654
Burundi48/161222/8641.170.70–1.951.16930.6870–2.0486
Bwayo 88/88376/3831.020.73–1.411.01860.7238–1.4336
Gray et al. [44]*156/444333/8750.920.64–1.360.93100.6312–1.4097
Gray et al. [163]*503/396797/7280.930.64–1.360.95160.7528–1.2123
Lavreys 47/48297/3541.170.76–1.801.16680.7404–1.8383
Newell 77/127958/5880.610.43–0.870.61050.4222–0.8866
Seed 236/358136/1070.520.38–0.700.51590.3790–0.7095
Tyndall 86/92311/3210.960.69–1.350.96490.6818–1.3646
Warner2316/284914352/210541.191.12–1.261.19251.1239–1.2653
Random effects summary effect:0.89020.7277–1.0891

Heterogeneity chi-square ( ) was 47.36 ( ).
The Rakai data published in 2004 was used in calculating the summary effect odds ratio.