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Table 2 Unadjusted Hazard ratios for the risk of subsequent disease after a diagnosis of psychosis

From: Incident somatic comorbidity after psychosis: results from a retrospective cohort study based on Flemish general practice data

Is psychosis a risk factor for......? Hazard ratio (95% CI) †
Cancer 0.85 (0.51-1.42)
Physical trauma 1.69 (1.29-2.2)****
Diabetes (any antipsychotic medication) 1.48 (0.92-2.38)
   Atypical antipsychotic Medication 2.74 (1.41-5.33)**
   Other antipsychotic Medication 1.03 (0.57-1.87)
GI inflammation 1.38 (1.01-1.89)*
Joint conditions 1.12 (0.86-1.45)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome 1.23 (0.25-6.10)
General infection 0.63 (0.34-1.16)
Metabolic conditions, no DM 0.97 (0.45-2.13)
Hearing/Vision 1.31 (0.75-2.29)
Anemia 0.68 (0.32-1.45)
Cardiovascular disease 0.93 (0.65-1.33)
Alcohol abuse 2.36 (1.14-4.86)*
Chronic lung disease 1.6 (1.17-2.38)**
Teeth- and mouth problems 1.58 (1.15-2.16)**
Sexually transmitted disease 4.48 (1.37-14.67)*
  1. † Significant HRs are put in bold. *: p < 0.05; **: p < 0.01; ***: p < 0.001;****: p < 0.0001