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Table 2 H. pylori infection by different tests and overall infection status

From: The prevalence of Helicobacter pylori infection and other risk factors among Mongolian dyspeptic patients who have a high incidence and mortality rate of gastric cancer

Parameters H. pylori different tests H. pylori diagnosis p value
N RUT (%) Culture (%) Histology (%) IHC (%) Serology (%) Current (%) Past (%) Uninfected (%)
Overall 736 67.3 48.2 75.8 76.0 64.3 80.0 5.2 14.8  
Age group
 < 30 136 73.5 55.1 79.4 79.4 69.9 83.8 3.7 12.5 0.005
 30–39 153 79.7 52.3 83.7 83.7 75.2 88.2 5.2 6.6
 40–49 183 62.8 43.2 76.0 76.5 59.0 81.4 4.9 13.7
 50–59 172 61.6 45.3 70.3 70.3 62.2 74.4 5.2 20.3
 < 60 92 56.5 46.7 67.4 67.4 52.2 68.5 7.6 23.9
Gender
 Female 502 67.9 51.0 77.1 77.1 66.9 80.9 5.0 14.1 NS
 Male 234 65.8 42.3 73.1 73.5 58.5 78.2 5.6 16.2
Place
 Umnugovi 124 68.5 63.7 83.9 83.9 70.2 87.1 1.6 11.3 0.03
 Khentii 115 68.7 80.0 80.9 80.9 72.2 87.0 4.3 8.7
 Khuvsgul 171 62.6 19.3 74.9 74.9 63.7 78.4 8.2 13.5
 Ulaanbaatar 206 67.0 63.6 71.8 72.3 58.7 74.8 5.3 19.9
 Uvs 120 71.7 16.7 70.8 70.8 60.8 77.5 5.0 17.5
  1. RUT rapid urease test, IHC immunohistochemistry