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Table 3 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 0.94 (0.56-1.58)
Physical trauma 1.72 (1.31-2.25)****
Diabetes (any antipsychotic medication) 1.77 (1.11-2.83)*
   Atypical antipsychotic Medication 2.46 (1.29-4.71)**
   Other antipsychotic Medication 0.94 (0.52-1.69)
GI inflammation 1.44 (1.04-1.98)*
Joint conditions 1.16 (0.88-1.52)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome 2.08 (0.57-7.59)
General infection 0.66 (0.36-1.22)
Metabolic conditions, no DM 1.11 (0.50-2.46)
Hearing/Vision 1.52 (0.87-2.65)
Anemia 0.89 (0.46-1.70)
Cardiovascular disease 1.02 (0.70-1.47)
Alcohol abuse 2.27 (1.10-4.69)*
Chronic lung disease 1.72 (1.20-2.47)**
Teeth- and mouth problems 1.63 (1.18-2.24)**
Sexually transmitted disease -
  1. † Significant HRs are put in bold. *: p < 0.05; **: p < 0.01; ***: p < 0.001;****: p < 0.0001