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Table 5 Influence of age at diagnosis with GC of first-degree relatives on participants’ gastric pathology

From: Prevalence of gastric cancer precursors in gastroscopy-screened adults by family history of gastric cancer and of cancers other than gastric

  N OR 95%CI ORa 95%CI
Non-AG
 < 50 40/73 1.905 0.894–4.057 2.185 0.965–4.950
 ≥ 50 102/230 1.026 0.587–1.793 1.098 0.598–2.017
 ≥ 60 159/353 1.092 0.643–1.855 1.202 0.674–2.145
 ≥ 70 114/262 0.969 0.561–1.675 1.210 0.666–2.198
 ≥ 80 41/87 1   1  
AG/IM
 < 50 11/73 3.667 1.136–11.838 4.921 1.439–16.832
 ≥ 50 40/230 2.817 1.080–7.345 3.410 1.256–9.257
 ≥ 60 54/353 2.596 1.018–6.621 3.239 1.222–8.582
 ≥ 70 35/262 2.083 0.797–5.447 2.898 1.065–7.887
 ≥ 80 6/87 1   1  
IEN/DYS
 < 50 7/73 1.556 0.485–4.992 2.372 0.692–8.130
 ≥ 50 17/230 0.798 0.320–1.990 1.039 0.398–2.711
 ≥ 60 36/353 1.154 0.500–2.661 1.517 0.631–3.650
 ≥ 70 29/262 1.151 0.489–2.709 1.578 0.639–3.893
 ≥ 80 9/87 1   1  
  1. Reference group: normal group
  2. The age of people in this study was between 26 and 88
  3. aadjusted by gender, age, HP, smoking, drinking, high-salt diet, and tea consumption.
  4. Abbreviations: AG atrophic gastritis, IM intestinal metaplasia, IEN intraepithelial neoplasia, DYS dysplasia, GC gastric cancer
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