Journal of Osteoporosis / 2016 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Lower Limb Metaphyseal Bone Is Lost in Men with Coeliac Disease and Does Not Relate to Parathyroid Status

Table 3

BMD scores for coeliac patients above and below average weight.

RegionBelow average weight () before Bonferroni ×6 after Bonferroni ×6Above average weight () before Bonferroni ×6 after Bonferroni ×6
MeanSDMeanSD

11.0320.00010.00061.1940.06ns
21.2230.048ns1.4840.67ns
31.3380.00060.00361.8780.56ns
41.1880.00010.00061.1930.5ns
51.0020.00150.0091.7990.73ns
61.3270.00140.0081.5110.051ns

BMD refers to the BMD corrected both for age and for above or below average weight in the controls (see text).
† refers to probability value after Bonferroni correction for six observations.
ns: not significant.

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