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Research Article

Evaluation of Association between Vaginal Infections and High-Risk Human Papillomavirus Types in Female Sex Workers in Spain

Table 2

Characteristics of studied group: uivariate analysis.

Bacterial vaginosisTrichomonas vaginalisCandida spp.
OR95% confidence intervalOR95% confidence intervalOR95% confidence interval

HPV 160.0580.023–0.1470.0830.033–0.2131.0510.600–1.840
HPV 180.0780.036–0.1710.0340.013–0.0850.4480.232–0.866
HPV 310.2090.103–0.4250.1990.0093–0.4231.2920.701–2.381
HPV 330.1570.075–0.3260.2070.097–0.4431.1690.620–2.203
HPV 350.1220.056–0.2660.1130.050–0.2531.2320.608–2.496
HPV 390.0710.032–0.1580.0260.010–0.0670.8310.424–1.628
HPV 450.2460.122–0.5420.2100.093–0.4740.6440.311–1.337
HPV 510.4610.224–0.9500.3760.176–0.8031.1690.620–2.203
HPV 520.1680.082–0.3470.1690.078–0.3671.1660.650–2.090
HPV 560.4280.207–0.8860.3500.163–0.7501.1860.624–2.256
HPV 580.2560.126–0.5220.2240.105–0.4761.5730.832–2.971
HPV 590.2620.105–0.6580.1970.077–0.5040.5990.250–1.436
HPV 660.0220.008–0.0580.0050.001–0.0181.0230.504–2.074
HPV 680.0120.003–0.0450.0210.007–0.0601.0010.465–2.156

We have demonstrated a stronger association between bacterial vaginosis versus Trichomonas vaginales and high-risk human papillomavirus types.

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