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Table 1 Disease and smoking status according to mean BMI, percent central body fat, and calcium score

From: Volumetric analysis of central body fat accurately predicts incidence of diabetes and hypertension in adults

Status No. of subjects % of total subjects BMI* mean P value % cBF* mean P value Calcium* score mean P value
Hypertension         
Yes 222 18.1 29.3 <0.0001 50.8 <0.0001 205.8 0.0001
No 1003 81.9 27.1   47.8   87.0  
Diabetes         
Yes 88 7.2 31.0 <0.0001 52.1 <0.0001 159.2 0.2085
No 1137 92.8 27.3   48.0   102.2  
Heart disease         
Yes 37 3.0 27.7 0.7911 48.6 0.8232 539.0 <0.0001
No 1188 97.0 27.5   48.3   95.0  
High cholesterol         
Yes 240 19.6 27.8 0.3600 48.8 0.3342 199.3 0.0001
No 984 80.4 27.5   48.2   84.1  
Stroke         
Yes 6 0.5 25.7 0.3587 48.0 0.9318 0 0.5155
No 1219 99.5 27.5   48.3   105.8  
Cancer         
Yes 54 4.4 28.0 0.4760 48.5 0.8708 129.4 0.6632
No 1171 95.6 27.5   48.3   104.6  
Current smoker         
Yes 85 6.9 26.0 0.0608 47.6 0.1586 111.1 0.8949
No 1140 93.1 27.0   48.9   105.0  
Former smoker         
Yes 220 18.0 27.6 0.0250 50.0 0.0215 162.6 0.0175
No 1005 82.0 26.8   48.5   90.4  
  1. *Adjusting for age, sex, and race. From the F statistic based on type III sums of squares.