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Table 2 BMI summary statistics for cases vs controls. For cases, the predicted date-of-diagnosis BMI was used

From: Obesity is associated with increased risk of invasive penile cancer

  Cases Controls OR (95 % CI) p-value
Body Mass Index Categories N (%) N (%)   
<25 44 (16.5) 279 (35.0) 1.0 Ref
25–29.9 (overweight) 153 (57.5) 377 (47.2) 2.64 (1.81–3.86) 0.0103
≥30 (obese) 69 (26.0) 142 (17.8) 3.24 (2.07–5.08) 0.0002
  Mean (SD) Mean (SD)   
Body Mass Index (kg/m2) 28.4 (3.6) 26.8 (4.5) 1.53 (1.29–1.81)* <0.0001
  1. *Estimated effect for a 5-unit increase in BMI as a continuous variable