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Research Article

An Angiotensinogen Gene Polymorphism (rs5050) Is Associated with the Risk of Coronary Artery Aneurysm in Southern Chinese Children with Kawasaki Disease

Table 4

Stratification analysis of the association between the rs5050T>G polymorphism and coronary artery aneurysm among patients with Kawasaki disease.

VariablesTTTG/GGCrude OR (95% CI)Adjusted ORa (95% CI)a
CAA/NCAA

Age, month
 ≤1224/13119/512.03 (1.03-4.03)0.0421.94 (0.98-3.87)0.059
 >1240/34021/1341.33 (0.76-2.34)0.321.32 (0.75-2.32)0.343
Sex
 Female20/15314/591.82 (0.86-3.83)0.1171.85 (0.87-3.90)0.109
 Male44/31826/1261.49 (0.89-2.52)0.141.42 (0.83-2.41)0.197
Coronary artery outcomes
 GCAA14/18521/4711.70 (0.81-3.84)0.1371.35 (0.81-3.36)0.167
 MCAA15/18518/4712.12 (1.05-4.30)0.0371.91 (0.924-3.95)0.080
 SCAA11/18524/4711.17 (0.56-2.43)0.681.01 (0.48-2.18)0.961

GCAA: giant coronary artery aneurysm; MCAA: medium coronary artery aneurysm; SCAA: small coronary artery aneurysm. aAdjusted for age and sex.

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