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Table 2 CT findings of study patients

From: Sex influences the association between haemostasis and the extent of lung lesions in tuberculosis

CT findings Prevalence of CT finding, no. (%) P valueb
Female
(n = 94)
Male
(n = 95)
Centrilobular nodules 93 (98.94) 94 (98.95) 1.000
Micronodules 91 (96.81) 93 (97.89) 0.682
Bronched nodule 88 (93.62) 89 (93.68) 0.985
Miliary nodule 1 (1.06) 0 (0.00) 0.497
Tree in bud 86 (91.49) 84 (88.42) 0.483
Cavity, number (%) 35 (37.2) 67 (70.5) < 0.001a
 Thin-walled cavity 1 (1.10) 1 (1.10)
 Thick-walled cavity 32 (34.00) 58 (61.10)
 Both thin- and thick-walled cavity 2 (2.10) 8 (8.40)
Aspergillosis 0 (0.00) 3 (3.16) 0.246
Bronchial wall thickening 33 (35.11) 43 (45.26) 0.154
Bronchiectasis 27 (28.72) 38 (40.00) 0.103
Bronchial impaction 45 (47.87) 49 (51.58) 0.610
Emphysema (lobular) 1 (1.06) 9 (9.47) 0.018
Cicatricial emphysema 1 (1.06) 15 (15.79) 0.001
Bullae 0 (0.00) 5 (5.26) 0.059
Ground glass opacity 40 (42.55) 29 (30.53) 0.086
Consolidation 59 (62.77) 60 (63.16) 0.956
Atelectasis 6 (6.40) 1 (1.10) 0.065
Calcification 33 (35.10) 36 (7.90) 0.691
Mediastinal lymphadenopathy 13 (13.80) 20 (21.10) 0.191
Hilar lymphadenopathy 9 (9.60) 18 (18.90) 0.066
Bands (parenchymal) 20 (21.30) 37 (38.90) 0.008
Bronchiovascular distortion 7 (7.40) 20 (21.10) 0.008
Pleural thickening 60 (63.80) 74 (77.90) 0.033
Pleural effusion 3 (3.20) 4 (4.20) 1.000
  1. CT computed tomography
  2. aWilcoxon tests
  3. bχ2 tests
  4. Italicized numbers indicate a P value of < 0.05