Objective: The aim of study was to evaluate the association of endocervical gland involvement (EGI) on histological samples with high risk (HR) human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and with the persistence/recurrence rate of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) after treatment. Methods: A total of 1301 subjects who had conization procedures after cervical punch biopsies (533 persistent CIN1, 768 CIN2+ including 20 microinvasive cervical cancer) were enrolled in the study. HPV genotypes were identified using the INNO-LiPA HPV genotyping assay on cervical scraping. Logistic regression and Cox regression analyses were used to evaluate the association of EGI on the persistence/recurrence rate of CIN after treatment. Results: The rate of EGI on final histology was 46.3% (602/1301). HPV 16 was the only HR-HPV significantly associated with increasing rates of EGI (231/602 as compared to 211/699, p = 0.002). EGI was also associated with an excess of multiple HR-HPV infections (237/602 as compared with 225/699, p = 0.006). After correction for confounders, the odds ratio of EGI among women infected by HPV 16 was 1.41 (95% CI = 1.12–178). CIN2+ lesions were diagnosed in 40.5% (283/699) of EGI negative subjects and 86.7% (522/602, p < 0.001 compared to negative subjects) of EGI positive subjects.After a median of 25 months of follow-up (IQR = 15–47) of 1090 treated women, the persistence of HPV 16 during follow-up was 38.1% (93/217, p = 0.03 compared to EGI negative) among EGI positive and 32% (58/181) among controls. After corrections for potential confounders, the odds ratio of CIN2+ persistence and or recurrence was higher among EGI positive (OR = 2.35, 95% CI = 1.16–4.77) than negative controls. Conclusion: EGI on histological samples is associated with increased rates of HPV 16, multiple high risk-HPV infections and CIN2+ lesions. EGI positive subjects also had an increased CIN recurrence/persistence after treatment compared to controls.

The relationship of human papillomavirus infection with endocervical glandular involvement on cone specimens in women with cervical intraepithelial neoplasia

Spinillo A.;Dominoni M.;Boschi A. C.;Cesari S.;Fiandrino G.;Gardella B.
2020

Abstract

Objective: The aim of study was to evaluate the association of endocervical gland involvement (EGI) on histological samples with high risk (HR) human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and with the persistence/recurrence rate of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) after treatment. Methods: A total of 1301 subjects who had conization procedures after cervical punch biopsies (533 persistent CIN1, 768 CIN2+ including 20 microinvasive cervical cancer) were enrolled in the study. HPV genotypes were identified using the INNO-LiPA HPV genotyping assay on cervical scraping. Logistic regression and Cox regression analyses were used to evaluate the association of EGI on the persistence/recurrence rate of CIN after treatment. Results: The rate of EGI on final histology was 46.3% (602/1301). HPV 16 was the only HR-HPV significantly associated with increasing rates of EGI (231/602 as compared to 211/699, p = 0.002). EGI was also associated with an excess of multiple HR-HPV infections (237/602 as compared with 225/699, p = 0.006). After correction for confounders, the odds ratio of EGI among women infected by HPV 16 was 1.41 (95% CI = 1.12–178). CIN2+ lesions were diagnosed in 40.5% (283/699) of EGI negative subjects and 86.7% (522/602, p < 0.001 compared to negative subjects) of EGI positive subjects.After a median of 25 months of follow-up (IQR = 15–47) of 1090 treated women, the persistence of HPV 16 during follow-up was 38.1% (93/217, p = 0.03 compared to EGI negative) among EGI positive and 32% (58/181) among controls. After corrections for potential confounders, the odds ratio of CIN2+ persistence and or recurrence was higher among EGI positive (OR = 2.35, 95% CI = 1.16–4.77) than negative controls. Conclusion: EGI on histological samples is associated with increased rates of HPV 16, multiple high risk-HPV infections and CIN2+ lesions. EGI positive subjects also had an increased CIN recurrence/persistence after treatment compared to controls.
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