Table 6: Studies of the association between circumcision status and the prevalence of Chlamydia trachomatis.

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

Auvert9/3403/1321.320.31–4.371.16440.2848–6.7884
Aynaud 8/1541/472.440.30–20.032.43350.3125–110.6090
Cook 34/506147/20890.950.65–1.400.95490.6293–1.4145
Dave 72/476112/9701.220.66–2.261.22240.6554–2.4849
Diseker72/212240/6220.880.65–1.200.88030.6382–1.2057
FergussonNANA2.500.73–8.532.500.73–8.53
Ferris30/157159/22940.740.48–1.160.74250.4596–1.1774
Gray et al. [44]*71/213117/4210.830.48–1.420.82520.4751–1.5104
Gray et al. [163]*53/258915/4620.630.35–1.130.63060.3466–1.2152
Hart251/2725330/46861.311.10–1.551.30791.0979–1.5567
Laumann 0/111836/14130.020.00–0.280.02460–0.1368
Lavreys 15/3331/360.530.24–1.150.53080.2238–1.2241
Parker 37/55345/6841.020.65–1.591.01700.6303–1.6322
Richters74/3392116/52180.980.73–1.320.98130.7206–1.3295
Rodriguez-Diaz41/40520/1940.980.56–1.720.98200.5452–1.8198
Random effects summary effect:0.90990.72–1.15

Heterogeneity chi-square ( ) was 35.53 ( ).
The Rakai data published in 2004 was used in calculating the summary effect odds ratio.