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Table 2 Clinical and radiological findings in individuals with psoriasis and controls

From: Association between moderate to severe psoriasis and periodontitis in a Scandinavian population

  All participants Propensity score matched participants
Psoriasis individuals N = 50 Controls N = 121 Psoriasis individuals N = 50 Controls N = 50
% of sites with PPD ≥4 mm     
Mean (SD) 3.7 (4.1) 1.9 (3.8)* 3.7 (4.1) 2.2 (4.3)
% of sites with PPD ≥5 mm     
Mean (SD) 1.5 (3.3) 0.6 (1.9)* 1.5 (3.3) 0.6 (2.1)
% of sites with CAL ≥ 2 mm     
Mean (SD) 6.6 (9.5) 6.6 (8.8) 6.6 (9.5) 5.9 (6.7)
Mild periodontitis, % 18% 8% 18% 8%
Moderate or severe periodontitis, % 24% 10%* 24% 8%*
% of sites with bone loss ≥3 mm 4.6 (11.0) 0.9 (3.2)* 4.6 (11.0) 0.7 (2.3)*
Mean (SD)     
One or more sites with bone loss ≥3 mm 36% 13%* 36% 10%*
Number of missing teeth     
Mean (SD) 2.4 (3.9) 1.4 (2.5)* 2.4 (3.9) 1.1 (1.7)*
% of sites with plaque     
Mean (SD) 41 (25) 29 (20)* 41 (25) 33 (19)
% of sites with bleeding on probing     
Mean (SD) 37 (18) 24 (13)* 37(18) 26 (15)*
  1. *differences statistically significant at p < 0.05 level.