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Table 2 Characteristics of the studied population, distribution of HPV genotypes, and histological classification of cervical smears

From: Prevalence of high-risk HPV genotypes, categorised by their quadrivalent and nine-valent HPV vaccination coverage, and the genotype association with high-grade lesions

  Total    
  n = 595 % 95% CI  
 Age (years): Mean [SD] 34.34 [10.70] 33.48 35.20
Country of origin
 Spain 534 89.75 87.23 92.27
 Other 61 10.25 7.73 12.77
Number low-risk oncogenic HPVa     
 1 genotype 200 33.61 29.73 37.49
 2 genotypes 63 10.59 8.03 13.15
 3 genotypes 15 2.52 1.18 3.87
 4 genotypes 6 1.01 0.12 1.90
Number likely high-risk oncogenic HPVa
 1 genotype 154 25.88 22.28 29.49
 2 genotypes 12 2.02 0.80 3.23
 3 genotypes 1 0.17 0.00 0.93
Number high-risk oncogenic HPVa
 1 genotype 268 45.04 40.96 49.12
 2 genotypes 122 20.50 17.18 23.83
 3 genotypes 30 5.04 3.20 6.88
 4 genotypes 14 2.35 1.05 3.66
 5 genotypes 1 0.17 0.00 0.93
Results cervical smearb
 NILMc 272 46.10 42.00 50.21
 Inflammatory 70 11.86 9.17 14.56
 Warts 1 0.17 0.00 0.94
 ASC-US/ASC-H 48 8.14 5.85 10.43
 LSIL 115 19.49 16.21 22.77
 HSIL 68 11.53 8.86 14.19
 Carcinoma/Adenocarcinoma 13 2.20 0.93 3.47
 Result not available 3 0.51 0.11 1.48
 Missing 5    
  1. aClassification of human papillomavirus (HPV) types according to the World Health Organization International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) Monographs Working Group assessment of the carcinogenicity of different HPV types [25,26,27]
  2. bHistological classification Bethesda 2001 System [24]
  3. cNegative for intraepithelial lesion or malignancy