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Table 3 Studies reporting on the incidence and prevalence of genital warts in general male populations in Europea

From: Estimation of the epidemiological burden of human papillomavirus-related cancers and non-malignant diseases in men in Europe: a review

Author, year, country Population Sample size Design Incidence/100,000 95%CI Prevalence (%) 95%CI
Castellsagué, 2010 Spain [30] General   Retrospective (medical records) 136   0.2  
Simms, 1997 UK [33] GUM clinic attendees   Prospective First occurence + recurrent cases 65 (1971) 319 (1994)   ND  
Cassell, 2006 UK [34] General practice + GUM clinic attendees   Retrospective cohort First occurence + recurrent cases 307.6 (305.5-309.8) ND  
Kraut, 2010 Germany [17]   > 14,000,000 Retrospective cohort 144.57 (2005) 147.95 (2006) (141.10-148.09) (144.48-151.48) ND  
Fenton, 2001 UK [35] General 4,500 Survey Cumulative incidence (self reported) 360 (310-420) ND  
Persson, 1996 Sweden [36] General 32,774 Prospective 294 (207-372) ND  
Hippeläinen, 1993 Finland [31] Finnish conscripts 432 Cross-sectional ND   5.6 (3.4-7.7)
Kataoka, 1991 Sweden [32] Sweden 108 Cross-sectional ND   1.9 (0-4.4)
Desai, 2011 UK [16] General practice + GUM clinic attendees   Retrospective cohort 168   ND  
  1. CI confidence interval, GUM Genitourinary medicine, ND no data
  2. a 26 European countries