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Table 5 Univariate analysis of sociodemographic factors associated with HPV infection in Quilombola women

From: Prevalence of human papillomavirus infection among women from quilombo communities in northeastern Brazil

  Detection of HPV p
Variables Negative n (%) Positive n (%)  
Age
≤30 years 91 (82.7) 19 (17.3) 0.65
31 to 40 years 87 (89.7) 10 (10.3)  
41 to 50 years 72 (90.0) 08 (10.0)  
51 to 60 years 60 (86.7) 09 (13.3)  
>60 years 35 (89.7) 04 (10.3)  
Education
Illiterate 51 (85.0) 09 (15.0) 0.72
Elementary School 231 (88.5) 30 (11.5)  
High School 56 (86.1) 09 (13.9)  
Higher Education 7 (77.7) 02 (22.3)  
Origin
Alcântara 96 (95.0) 05 (5.0) <0.0001
Central do Maranhão 45 (90.0) 05 (10.0)  
Presidente Vargas 46 (73.0) 17 (27.0)  
São José de Ribamar 91 (90.0) 10 (10.0)  
São Luís Gonzaga 40 (74.0) 14 (26.0)  
Viana 25 (96.1) 01 (3.9)  
Marital status
Single 100 (84.0) 19 (16.0) 0.24
Married 216 (89.6) 25 (10.4)  
Divorced 05 (83.3) 01 (16.7)  
Widow 24 (82.7) 05 (17.3)  
Race
White 21 (80.7) 05 (19.3) 0.57
Black 109 (85.1) 19 (14.9)  
Brown 159 (88.3) 21 (11.7)  
Not informed 56 (91,.8) 05 (8.2)