Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology / 2018 / Article / Tab 1

Clinical Study

The Relationship between NAFLD and Sarcopenia in Elderly Patients

Table 1

Clinical characteristics of the study population.

SarcopeniaNonsarcopenia

Number158336
Male/female87/71129/207
Hyperuricemia (%)18.99%20.24%
Diabetes (%)74.05%80.4%
Hypertension (%)56.32%56.55%
ALT (U/L)22.85 ± 21.4222.08 ± 16.77
AST (U/L)23.14 ± 14.7122.16 ± 15.44
HbA1c7.79 ± 2.338.2 ± 2.36
TC (mmol/L)4.38 ± 2.804.32 ± 1.53
TG (mmol/L)1.50 ± 1.831.71 ± 1.65
HDL (mmol/L)1.26 ± 0.391.21 ± 0.38
LDL (mmol/L)2.47 ± 0.902.58 ± 0.97
NAFLD (%)22.15%37.20%
Excess hs-CRP (%)48.10%30.95%
Age (years)73.75 ± 8.5270.12 ± 6.95
BMI (kg/m2)22.13 ± 2.9725.02 ± 3.34

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