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Table 4 Association between clinical presentation and pathological characteristics in HPV infected patients with anal cancer

From: Prevalence of human papillomavirus infection in squamous cell carcinoma of the anal canal in a Northeast City in Brazil: viral genotyping and clinical aspects

  HPV (+) N = 22 HPV (-) N = 5 p
Gender    0.1751a
 Female 17 3  
 Male 05 2  
Site of primary tumor    0.2386a
 Anal Margin 3 -  
 Anal Canal 15 5  
 Anal Margin and Canal 3 3  
Lesion type    0.7809a
 Ulceration 3 1  
 Vegetating 2 -  
 Ulceration and Vegetating 5 1  
 Stenosing 1 -  
 Non evaluated 10 06  
Size of the lesion (cm)    0.3657a
  ≤ 0.5 - 1  
 0.6–2.0 6 2  
 2.1–5.0 11 4  
  ≥ 5.1 03 -  
UJCC/TNM Staging    0.7542a
 I - 1  
 II 2 -  
 III 9 -  
 IV - -  
 Non evaluated 9 6  
Lymph node involvement    0.3133*
 Yes 7 -  
 No 11 5  
 Non evaluated 2 2  
Inflammatory process    0.3017a
 Yes 3 2  
 No 12 2  
 Non evaluated 6 4  
  1. Significant p values < 0.05
  2. a Fisher’s test
  3. * Chi-square