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Table 2 Summary for the risk factors of cholelithiasis in univariate conditional logistic regression models

From: Risk factors associated with symptomatic cholelithiasis in Taiwan: a population-based study

  Cholelithiasis    
  Yes
(n = 3725)
No
(n = 11175)
OR 95% CI P value
Obesity 30 (0.81%) 42 (0.38%) 2.16 1.35 - 3.45 0.001*
Diabetes mellitus 513 (13.77%) 1 236 (11.06%) 1.31 1.17 - 1.47 < 0.001*
Hyperlipidemia 662 (17.77%) 1 349 (12.07%) 1.62 1.46 - 1.8 < 0.001*
Chronic kidney disease 57 (1.53%) 136 (1.22%) 1.27 0.92 - 1.73 0.142
Hepatitis B 108 (2.90%) 143 (1.28%) 2.31 1.79 - 2.97 < 0.001*
Hepatitis C 82 (2.20%) 76 (0.68%) 3.3 2.41 - 4.52 < 0.001*
Cirrhosis 65 (1.74%) 65 (0.58%) 3.05 2.16 - 4.32 < 0.001*
Menopause# 304 (14.45%) 612 (6.70%) 1.65 1.41 - 1.93 < 0.001*
  1. OR: odds ratio; CI: confidence interval. #Calculated in female subjects (2104 cases and 6312 controls). *Indicating the corresponding variable that had significant impact on the occurrence of cholelithiasis. Each OR was calculated by univariate conditional logistic regression