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The Role of Vitamin D Deficiency and Vitamin D Receptor Genotypes on the Degree of Collateralization in Patients with Suspected Coronary Artery Disease

Table 2

Baseline characteristics of patients by VDR genotype.

Characteristics The FOKI VDR genotype, % ( ) value
FFff Ff
54.5 (414)7.6 (58)37.89 (288)

Age (year)* 0.003
Smoking52.89 (219)55.17 (32)54.86 (158)0.3
HTN (140/90)50.48 (209)53.44 (31)50.69 (146)0.3
BMI (kg/m2) > 3021.01 (87)34.48 (20)26.38 (76)0.01
FBS (mg/dL) > 1109.66 (40)34.48 (20)13.54 (39)0.01
TG (mg/dL) > 15031.64 (131)56.89 (33)32.63 (94)0.02
LDL (mg/dL) > 1606.76 (28)8.62 (5)7.29 (21)0.5
HDL (mg/dL) < 3521.73 (90)22.41 (13)22.91 (66)0.6
Total cholesterol (mg/dL) > 200 12.56 (52)53.44 (31)35.41 (102)0.01
Ejection fraction (%)* 0.03

Mean ± standard deviation.
BMI: body mass index, FBS: fasting blood sugar, HTN: hypertension, TG: triglyceride, HDL: high density lipoprotein cholesterol, and LDL: low density lipoprotein.

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