Gastroenterology Research and Practice / 2019 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Impact of Helicobacter pylori Infection on Gastric Variceal Bleeding among Patients with Liver Cirrhosis

Table 1

Demographic data and endoscopic findings of gastric varices in the studied patients.

VariablesNonbleeding gastric varices ()Bleeding gastric varices () value
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Age0.0940
SexMale2475%3579.55%0.6387
Etiology of cirrhosisHCV2990.63%3886.36%0.6587
HBV00%12.27%
Others39.38%511.36%
Child-Pugh classA721.88%49.09%0.001
B1753.13%1022.73%
C825%3068.18%
Types of gastric varicesGOV12062.5%2659.09%0.9427
GOV2928.13%1329.55%
IGV139.38%511.36%
Size of gastric varicesSmall412.5%715.91%0.6766
Large2887.5%3784.09%
Red color sign over gastric varicesYes928.13%2965.91%0.0011
No2371.88%1534.09%

GOV1: gastroesophageal varices type 1; GOV2: gastroesophageal varices type 2; IGV1: isolated gastric varices type 1.