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Table 4 Multiple Comparisons FV exon 10

From: Effects of factor v Leiden polymorphism on the pathogenesis and outcomes of preeclampsia

 (I) idCat(J) idCatMean Difference (I-J)Std. ErrorSig.95% Confidence Interval
Lower BoundUpper Bound
Tukey HSD1.002.00−.921*.277.010−1.62−.22
3.00−.810*.306.040− 1.59−.03
2.001.00.921*.277.010.221.62
3.00.111.290.923−.63.85
3.001.00.810*.306.040.031.59
2.00−.111.290.923−.85.63
Bonferroni1.002.00−.921*.277.011−1.65−.19
3.00−.810*.306.048− 1.61−.01
2.001.00.921*.277.011.191.65
3.00.111.2901.000−.65.87
3.001.00.810*.306.048.011.61
2.00−.111.2901.000−.87.65
Tamhane1.002.00−.921*.205.002−1.48−.36
3.00−.810.363.174− 1.95.33
2.001.00.921*.205.002.361.48
3.00.111.364.988−1.031.25
3.001.00.810.363.174−.331.95
2.00−.111.364.988−1.251.03
  1. ANOVA at 95% CI, significance = 0.009, F = 6.131
  2. Dependent variable: FV exon 10
  3. Factor: ID catr (ID categories)
  4. Number of samples = 57
  5. Strata variables: age categories, BMI categories, SBP categories, DBP categories, Uric acid categories, wbc categories, LDH categories
  6. 1 = non-pregnant normotensive 2 = pregnant normotensive 3 = preeclampsia