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Table 4 Simple linear regression analysis to determine factors associated with hypercobalaminaemia in the study cats

From: Hypercobalaminaemia is associated with hepatic and neoplastic disease in cats: a cross sectional study

Variable   Odds ratio 95% confidence interval Pvalue
Age Per month 1.00 0.99 to 1.01 0.615
Sex Female referent --- ---
  Male 0.84 0.40 to 1.76 0.640
Neuter status Entire referent --- ---
  Neutered 1.44 0.38 to 5.43 0.592
Breed Mixed breed referent --- ---
  Pedigree 2.43 1.18 to 5.00 0.016
Gastrointestinal disease Absent referent --- ---
  Present 0.53 0.26 to 1.09 0.086
Liver disease Absent referent --- ---
  Present 6.78 2.70 to 17.02 <0.001
Renal disease Absent referent --- ---
  Present 1.87 0.62 to 5.62 0.263
All neoplasia Absent referent --- ---
  Present 1.65 0.80 to 3.39 0.174
Solid neoplasia Absent referent --- ---
  Present 4.16 0.67 to 25.83 0.126
Neoplasm in liver Absent referent --- ---
  Present 8.40 0.85 to 83.10 0.069