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Table 2 Cognitive characteristics and association with myopia in univariable and multivariable models

From: Association of Myopia with cognitive function among one million adolescents

CFSAdolescents with Myopia, No./Total No. (%)Unadjusted OR (95% CI)Adjusted ORa (95% CI)
14619/21319 (21.7)0.61 (0.59–0.63)0.59 (0.57–0.61)
210845/47825 (22.7)0.65 (0.64–0.67)0.61 (0.61–0.64)
325988/101698 (25.6)0.76 (0.75–0.77)0.72 (0.72–0.74)
447062/166015 (28.3)0.87 (0.86–0.89)0.85 (0.84–0.87)
565860/211885 (31.1)1.00 [Reference]
669023/202101 (34.2)1.14 (1.14–1.17)1.18 (1.17–1.20)
753842/145595 (37.0)1.30 (1.28–1.32)1.36 (1.34–1.38)
832503/81779 (39.7)1.46 (1.44–1.49)1.56 (1.54–1.59)
919131/44208 (43.3)1.69 (1.66–1.73)1.85 (1.81–1.89)
  1. OR Odds ratio, CI Confidence interval, CFS Cognitive function score
  2. aAdjusted odds ratio for age, gender, country of origin, socioeconomic status, years of education, BMI, height and year of examination by multivariable logistic regression model
  3. P value was <.001 for all comparisons, both unadjusted and adjusted