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Research Article

Relationship between Birth Weight and Metabolic Status in Obese Adolescents

Table 3

Relationships between birth size (g) and metabolic and vascular parameters in obese adolescents.

valueSlope-intercept

BMI z-score0.050.033 = 0.77 + 1.28   − 4
Insulin0.05<0.001 = 32.39 − 0.01
HOMA0.05<0.001 = 7.42 − 0.01
A1C0.080.020 = 0.05 + 0.26   − 6
Adiponectin0.070.008 = 0.55 + 0.01
Leptin/adiponectin ratio0.070.010 = 37.20 − 0.01

BMI: body mass index; HOMA: Homeostasis Model Assessment. No significant relationships were found between birth size and BMI, percent body fat, leptin, basal glucose or 2 h GTT values, systolic or diastolic blood pressure z-scores, peripheral arterial tomography, HDL, LDL, or triglyceride values, maternal age, ethnicity, age of menarche, Tanner puberty stage, or the presence of acne, hirsuitism, or acanthosis.

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