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Thromb Haemost. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2012 October 26.
Published in final edited form as:
Thromb Haemost. 2004 December; 92(6): 1312–1319.
doi: 10.1267/THRO04061312

Table 4

Regression analysis for thrombophilic features associated with arterial thrombosis*.

VariableOR (95% CI)
Elevated serum homocysteine (Hhcy)2.98 (1.10 to 8.06)
aPL-positive at baseline1.64 (0.70 to 3.86)
Hhcy AND aPL-positive at baseline4.90 (1.37 to 17.37)
Hypertension4.56 (2.04 to 10.18)
Family history of CVD3.00 (1.28 to 7.02)
Gender (female)0.28 (0.12 to 0.64)
Study recruitment group3.13 (1.29 to 7.60)
*Thirty-six events were observed in 405 persons. Ten individuals were not included in the regression model because of missing information on Hhcy. Of these, 3 had arterial thrombosis.
OR for Hhcy with aPL = product of ORs for each. The corresponding 95% CI was calculated using a covariance matrix.