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Table 3 Summary for the risk factors of cholelithiasis in Multivariate conditional logistic regression models for all subject and females

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

  For all subjects
(Case, n = 3725;
Control, n = 11175)
For female subjects
(Case, n = 2104;
Control, n = 6312)
  OR OR
(95% CI)
Pvalue OR OR
(95% CI)
Pvalue
Obesity 1.89 1.18-3.04 0.008* 1.91 1.07-3.41 0.030*
Diabetes mellitus 1.13 1.00-1.27 0.054 1.09 0.92-1.28 0.323
Hyperlipidemia 1.54 1.38-1.72 < 0.001* 1.49 1.29-1.72 < 0.001*
Hepatitis B 2.00 1.55-2.60 < 0.001* 1.54 1.04-2.28 < 0.001*
Hepatitis C 2.78 2.01-3.84 < 0.001* 3.05 2.01-4.62 < 0.001*
Cirrhosis 2.47 1.72-3.53 < 0.001* 1.92 1.03-3.58 < 0.001*
Menopause# ---    1.61 1.38-1.89 < 0.001*
  1. OR: odds ratio; CI: confidence interval. #Calculated in female subjects (2104 cases and 6312 controls). * Indicated the corresponding variable had significant impact on the occurrence of cholelithiasis.