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Research Article

Relationship between Serum Total Cholesterol Level and Serum Biochemical Bone Turnover Markers in Healthy Pre- and Postmenopausal Women

Table 2

Stepwise multiple logistic regression analysis to assess the association between bone mineral density as a dependent variable and other covariables based on menopausal status.

VariableOdds ratio95% confidential interval value

Premenopause
 BMI0.8170.756–0.8840.001
 TC1.6471.190–2.279<0.05
 Osteocalcin1.0441.002–1.088<0.05
Postmenopause
 Age 1.0941.064–1.126<0.001
 BMI0.8820.826–0.942<0.001
 TC0.6490.521–0.809<0.001
 CTX1.0011.000–1.002<0.05

Analyzed independent variables: age, BMI, TC, hsCRP, CTX, and osteocalcin.
See Table 1.

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