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Research Article

Insulin Resistance in Early Rheumatoid Arthritis Is Associated with Low Appendicular Lean Mass

Table 3

The effects of age group, gender, body composition indices, and having early RA on the Likelihood of IR.

B ±SE Sig.exp(B) 95% CI for exp(B)
LowerUpper

Group1.570.31<0.0014.802.618.82
Gender2.040.54<0.0017.702.6922.08
Age groupsNS
Age group < 290.530.44NS1.690.714.0
Age group 30–49−0.220.31NS0.800.441.47
FMI0.200.060.0021.211.081.38
FFMI0.070.08NS1.080.921.27
ALMI−3.021.570.050.050.0021.06

Note. Gender is for males compared to females, early RA group compared to control group, and age groups < 29 and 30–49 compared to >50. FMI: fat mass index (fat mass Kg/height m2); FFMI: fat-free mass index (fat-free mass/height m2); ALMI: appendicular lean mass index (appendicular lean mass Kg/BMI).

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