International Journal of Endocrinology / 2013 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Over Time, Do Anthropometric Measures Still Predict Diabetes Incidence in Chinese Han Nationality Population from Chengdu Community?

Table 3

Areas under the ROC curve for various anthropometric measurements used to predict diabetes incidence.

VariablesDiabetes incidence after 7-8 yearsP value compared to BMIDiabetes incidence after 15 yearsP value compared to BMI
AUC
(95% CI)
P valueSensitivitySpecificity AUC
(95% CI)
AUC
(95% CI)
P valueSensitivitySpecificity AUC
(95% CI)

BMI0.668
(0.631–0.703)
0.0260.5790.7960.668
(0.601–0.734)
<0.0010.5810.697
WC0.781
(0.748–0.811)
<0.0010.6840.7830.113
0.0080.701
(0.641–0.760)
<0.0010.8510.440.033
0.205
WHpR0.769
(0.736–0.800)
<0.0010.6840.8350.101
0.1830.691
(0.637–0.748)
<0.0010.8650.4520.023
0.558
WHtR0.768
(0.734–0.799)
<0.0010.6840.7830.099
0.0070.715
(0.657–0.774)
<0.0010.770.5480.047
0.036

AUC: difference between areas.
Compare to BMI.

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