Journal of Diabetes Research / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Low CD36 and LOX-1 Levels and CD36 Gene Subexpression Are Associated with Metabolic Dysregulation in Older Individuals with Abdominal Obesity

Table 1

Body dimensions and distribution of body fat storage according to age and abdominal obesity.

⁢Study group
⁢<30 years old⁢≥30 years old
Without abdominal obesityWith abdominal obesityWithout abdominal obesityWith abdominal obesity
21241294

Female (%)14 (67)11 (45)10 (83)71 (75)
Age (years)
BMI (kg/m2)
Measurements
Height (cm)
Body weight (kg)
Total body fat mass (kg)
Body fat mass (%)
Waist circumference (cm)
Hip circumference (cm)
Trunk body fat mass (kg)
Trunk body fat mass (%)
Total adipose area (cm2)
Subcutaneous abdominal area (cm2)
Visceral area (cm2)
Sagittal abdominal diameter (cm)
Coronal abdominal diameter (cm)
Skinfold thickness (mm)
 Biceps
 Triceps
 Subscapular
 Suprailiac
 Abdominal
 ST5

. Data are presented as mean ± SD. Mann-Whitney test with comparing groups by age: individuals with abdominal obesity versus individuals without abdominal obesity. BMI: body mass index; ST5: sum of five measures of skinfold thicknesses (i.e., biceps, triceps, subscapular, suprailiac, and abdominal).

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