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Table 3 Multivariate logistic regression: risk of multiple lesions

From: The clinical and imaging presentation of acute "non complicated" pyelonephritis: A new profile for an ancient disease

N = 119 Number in Group Multiple lesions
(N = 95)
% OR - UNI CI 95% - UNI OR - MULTI1 CI MULTI
Age ≤ 32 years 62 47 75.8% 1    
Age > 32 years 57 48 84.2% 1.702 0.679-4.267 1.699 0.620-4.653
Scars at diagnosis
NO
101 79 78.2% 1    
Scars at diagnosis
YES
18 16 88.9% 2.228 0.476-10.434 1.81 0.349-9.383
CRP < 12 mg/dL 58 45 77.6% 1    
CRP > = 12 mg/dL 58 47 81.0% 1.234 0.501-3.039 1.151 0.425-3.117
Negative urinary cultures or hemocultures 81 60 74.1% 1    
Positive urinary cultures and/or hemocultures 38 35 92.1% 4.083 1.136-14.679 4.204 1.139-15.515
Presence of the 3 main symptoms 77 65 84.4% 1    
Absence of at least one of the 3 main symptoms 42 30 71.4% 0.462 0.186-1.146 0.437 0.168-1.13
  1. CRP (C-reactive protein); Age: dichotomized at the median. Three main symptoms: fever; lumbar pain-tenderness; symptoms of lower UTI