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Table 2 Main characteristics of 13 women with vulvar and/or vaginal HPV-related neoplasms

From: Non-AIDS defining cancer (NADC) among HIV-infected patients at an oncology tertiary-care center in Mexico

Number of patients Age CD4 at cancer diagnosis (cells/µL) Smoking status Previous diagnosis of dysplasia or cervical cancera Multifocal or recurrent cancer
1 35 805 In situ +
2 43 1602 + LGSIL +
3 44 80 LGSIL
4 45 477 + LGSIL
5 47 719 No
6b 49 645 No +
7c 52 371 + In situ +
8 56 481 In situ
9 57 556 Clinical stage IIB
10 75 356 No
11 37 249 + No
12 57 191 + No
13 72 91 No
  1. Diagnosis was performed by cytopathic alterations associated to HPV
  2. aLGSIL: low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions
  3. bThis patient had two HPV-cancers: vulvar and vaginal. She had multifocal asynchronous lesions, although her CD4 count has reached 1600 cells/µL with undetectable viral load
  4. cThis patient had three different neoplasms: Non-Hodgkin lymphoma, breast cancer, and vulvar cancer