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Table 2 A comparison of personality pathology between PD and late-onset personality disorder patients

From: Lasting personality pathology following exposure to severe trauma in adulthood: retrospective cohort study

Variables PD Late-onset PD Unadjusted Adjusteda
N (%) N (%) OR (95% CI)b P-value OR (95% CI)b P-value
Paranoid 61 (54%) 44 (68%) 1.75 (0.92 to 3.32) 0.09 1.62 (0.82 to 3.21) 0.16
Schizoid 46 (41%) 48 (74%) 4.05 (2.07 to 7.91) < 0.001 3.65 (1.79 to 7.43) < 0.001
Schizotypal 53 (47%) 49 (75%) 3.41 (1.74 to 6.70) < 0.001 2.78 (1.35 to 5.71) 0.005
Histrionic 41 (37%) 9 (14%) 0.28 (0.12 to 0.62) 0.002 0.30 (0.13 to 0.70) 0.005
Antisocial 16 (14%) 13 (20%) 1.50 (0.67 to 3.36) 0.32 1.02 (0.43 to 2.41) 0.96
Narcisistic 35 (31%) 17 (26%) 0.78 (0.39 to 1.54) 0.47 0.77 (0.37 to 1.59) 0.48
Borderline 85 (76%) 56 (86%) 1.98 (0.86 to 4.52) 0.11 1.55 (0.64 to 3.73) 0.33
Compulsive 69 (62%) 39 (60%) 0.93 (0.50 to 1.75) 0.83 0.95 (0.49 to 1.86) 0.88
Dependent 49 (44%) 19 (29%) 0.53 (0.28 to 1.02) 0.06 0.58 (0.29 to 1.16) 0.12
Avoidant 83 (74%) 56 (86%) 2.17 (0.96 to 4.94) 0.06 1.73 (0.72 to 4.18) 0.22
  1. aAdjusted for gender and marital status
  2. bOdds ratios presented as odds of outcome in Late-onset PD subgroup relative to odds in PD subgroup