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Table. 4.

ORs and 95% CIs for PSA>threshold

PSA<threshold PSA≥threshold Crude OR (95% CI) Adjusteda OR (95% CI)
PSA threshold 4.0 ng/mL
All
Catholic priest 1,137 (97.1) 34 (2.9) 0.703 (0.493–1.004) 0.945 (0.654–1.364)
Control 9,100 (95.92) 387 (4.08) 1 (Ref) 1 (Ref)
Age<65
Catholic priest 1,030 (98) 21 (2) 0.742 (0.471–1.167) 1.034 (0.651–1.642)
Control 7,453 (97.32) 205 (2.68) 1 (Ref) 1 (Ref)
Age≥65
Catholic priest 107 (89.17) 13 (10.83) 1.099 (0.606–1.995) 0.922 (0.5–1.698)
Control 1,647 (90.05) 182 (9.95) 1 (Ref) 1 (Ref)
PSA threshold 2.5 ng/mL
All
Catholic priest 1,088 (92.91) 83 (7.09) 0.733 (0.58–0.925) 0.992 (0.777–1.267)
Control 8,592 (90.57) 895 (9.43) 1 (Ref) 1 (Ref)
Age<65
Catholic priest 1,000 (95.15) 51 (4.85) 0.704 (0.524–0.946) 0.943 (0.697–1.276)
Control 7,141 (93.25) 517 (6.75) 1 (Ref) 1 (Ref)
Age≥65
Catholic priest 88 (73.33) 32 (26.67) 1.396 (0.917–2.125) 1.247 (0.812–1.915)
Control 1,451 (79.33) 378 (20.67) 1 (Ref) 1 (Ref)

Values are presented as number (%) and OR (CI).

PSA, prostate specific antigen; OR, odds ratio; CI, confidence interval; Ref, reference.

aAdjusted for age, body mass index, waist, glucose, and systolic blood pressure.

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