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10.02.2020 | Publisher Correction | Ausgabe 3/2020

Head and Neck Pathology 3/2020

Correction to: Human Papillomavirus and Factors Associated with Recurrence in Sinonasal Inverted Papillomas from Poland and Spain

Zeitschrift:
Head and Neck Pathology > Ausgabe 3/2020
Autoren:
M. Fulla, T. Szafarowski, J. Frias-Gomez, B. Quiros, O. Clavero, M. Gomà, M. A. Pavon, O. Jurek-Matusiak, H. R. Lares, M. Mañós, L. Alemany, M. Mena, X. Gonzalez
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The original article can be found online at https://​doi.​org/​10.​1007/​s12105-019-01125-y.

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The original version of this article unfortunately contained a mistake. Three values in Table 1 were incorrect. In “months of recurrence”, range row, the intervals should be in numbers. They should read as 3–83 instead of Mar-83, 9–83 instead of Sep-83 and 3–36 instead of Mar-36. The corrected Table  1 is given below. The original article has been corrected.
Table 1
Demographic and clinical characteristics of SNIP patients included in the study
Characteristics
Total
Spanish
Polish
p-value a
SNIPs
SNIPs
SNIPs
(n = 79)
(n = 46)
(n = 33)
No. (%) a
No. (%)
No. (%)
Age at diagnosis
 
0.460
 Mean (SD)
56.2 (16.1)
55.0 (15.0)
57.8 (17.7)
 Range
19–91
19–85
23–91
Gender
     
0.150
 Male
53 (67.1)
34 (73.9)
19 (57.6)
 Female
26 (32.9)
12 (26.1)
14 (42.4)
Period of diagnosis
     
< 0.001
 1995–2000
7 (8.9)
7 (15.2)
0 (0.0)
 2001–2006
17 (21.5)
17 (37.0)
0 (0.0)
 2007–2012
24 (30.4)
22 (47.8)
2 (6.1)
 2013–2017
31 (39.2)
0 (0.0)
31 (93.9)
Tobacco use
     
0.010
 Never smoker
33 (41.8)
13 (28.3)
20 (60.6)
 Ever smoker
44 (55.7)
31 (67.4)
13 (39.4)
 Missing
2 (2.5)
2 (4.3)
0 (0.0)
Alcohol use
     
0.616
 Never drinker
56 (70.9)
33 (71.7)
23 (69.7)
 Ever drinker
21 (26.6)
11 (23.9)
10 (30.3)
 Missing
2 (2.5)
2 (4.3)
0 (0.0)
Previous history of HPV-related pathology
     
1.000
 Yes
3 (3.8)
2 (4.3)
1 (3.0)
 No
74 (93.7)
42 (91.3)
32 (97.0)
 Missing
2 (2.5)
2 (4.3)
0 (0.0)
Krouse classification
     
 < 0.001
 1
33 (41.8)
28 (60.9)
5 (15.2)
 2
23 (29.1)
11 (23.9)
12 (36.4)
 3
16 (20.3)
3 (6.5)
13 (39.4)
 4
4 (5.1)
1 (2.2)
3 (9.1)
 Missing
3 (3.8)
3 (6.5)
0 (0.0)
Transitionalepithelium
     
0.015
 Absence
19 (24.1)
16 (34.8)
3 (9.1)
 Presence
60 (75.9)
30 (65.2)
30 (90.9)
Squamousepithelium
     
0.001
 Absence
45 (57.0)
19 (41.3)
26 (78.8)
 Presence
34 (43.0)
27 (58.7)
7 (21.2)
Columnarepithelium
     
0.316
 Absence
23 (29.1)
11 (23.9)
12 (36.4)
 Presence
56 (70.9)
35 (76.1)
21 (63.6)
Hyper-parakeratosis
     
1
 Absence
76 (96.2)
44 (95.7)
32 (97.0)
 Presence
3 (3.8)
2 (4.3)
1 (3.0)
Papillar or exophytic lesion adjacent to SNIP
     
 < 0.001
 Absence
61 (77.2)
44 (95.7)
17 (51.5)
 Presence
18 (22.8)
2 (4.3)
16 (48.5)
Polymorphonuclear neutrophil inflammatory intralesional infiltrate
     
1.000
 Absence
2 (2.5)
1 (2.2)
1 (3.0)
 Presence
77 (97.5)
45 (97.8)
32 (97.0)
Polymorphonuclear neutrophil inflammatory perilesional infiltrate
     
0.418
 Absence
1 (1.3)
0 (0.0)
1 (3.0)
 Presence
78 (98.7)
46 (100.0)
32 (97.0)
Recurrence
     
0.268
 No
59 (74.7)
31 (67.4)
28 (84.8)
 Yes
17 (21.5)
12 (26.1)
5 (15.2)
 Missing
3 (3.8)
3 (6.5)
0 (0.0)
Months of follow up
 Median
52.83
76.63
39.1
0.003 b
 Range
0.23–174.33
0.23–174.33
6.27–66.47
 
Months to recurrence
     
0.469 b
 Median
14
17
4
 Range
3–83
9–83
3–36
Progression to invasive cancer
     
0.502
 No
74 (93.7)
41 (89.1)
33 (100.0)
 Yes
2 (2.5)
2 (4.3)
0 (0.0)
 Missing
3 (3.8)
3 (6.5)
0 (0.0)
HPV positivity
     
1.000
 No
75 (94.9)
44 (95.7)
31 (93.9)
 Yes
4 (5.1)
2 (4.3)
2 (6.1)
Statistically significant p values given in bold
SNIP Sinonasal Inverted Papilloma, SD standard deviation
aFischer exact test with the exception of age and months to recurrence. where t-student test has been used to compare the median values between populations
bqreg (quantilte regression): test for equality of medians, equivalent for t-test for medians
...

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