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Table 7 Predictors of hepatosplenomegaly among residents of fishing villages of North-Western Tanzania infected with S. mansoni infection

From: Periportal fibrosis, liver and spleen sizes among S. mansoni mono or co-infected individuals with human immunodeficiency virus-1 in fishing villages along Lake Victoria shores, North-Western, Tanzania

Variable COR 95% CI P -values AOR 95%CI P -values
Sex
Female 1    1   
Male 1.24 0.89 – 1.71 0.19 1.18 0.79 – 1.76 0.42
Age (in years)
21 – 30 0.81 0.45 – 1.46 0.48 0.65 0.34 – 1.22 0.18
31 – 40 0.81 0.44 – 1.48 0.49 0.59 0.31 – 1.13 0.11
41 – 50 0.91 0.44 – 1.88 0.79 0.66 0.30 – 1.45 0.30
51 - 60 1    1   
Occupation
SSB* 1    1   
Peasants 1.14 0.66 – 1.95 0.64 0.78 0.42 – 1.45 0.43
Fishing 1.51 0.80 – 2.83 0.20 1.12 0.53 – 2.35 0.77
Village of residence
Igombe 1    1   
Sangabuye 1.98 1.15 – 3.43 0.014 2.21 1.15 – 4.25 0.017**
Kayenze 1.84 1.11 – 3.03 0.017 2.06 1.15 – 3.71 0.016**
Igalagala 2.36 1.33 – 4.17 0.003 2.62 1.15 – 5.93 0.021**
Malaria infection  
No 1    1   
Yes 1.31 0.78 – 2.16 0.29 1.34 0.78 – 2.28 0.29
HIV-1 serostatus
Negative 1    1 1  
Positive 1.60 0.83 – 3.09 0.16 1.63 0.65 – 1.72 0.82
Intensity of Schistosoma mansoni infection (epg)
1-100 epg 1    1   
101 – 399 epg 1.15 0.75 – 1.76 0.53 1.06 0.65 – 1.72 0.82
≥400 epg 1.59 1.09 – 2.32 0.015 1.54 1.01 – 2.39 0.047**
  1. cOR = Crude Odd Ratio, aOR = Adjusted Odd Ratio.
  2. **Significant P-values for factors associated with hepatosplenomegaly.