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Table 3 Correlation of changes in android and gynoid with changes in markers for body composition and cardio-metabolic risks according to gender

From: Gender difference in the impact of gynoid and android fat masses on the progression of hepatic steatosis in Japanese patients with type 2 diabetes

 

Female

Male

 

Android (%)

Gynoid (%)

Android (%)

Gynoid (%)

 

r

P values

r

P values

r

P values

r

P values

LAI

−0.247

0.050

0.340

0.006

−0.292

0.042

0.131

0.221

VFA (cm2)

0.595

< 0.001

−0.218

0.086

0.429

< 0.001

−0.185

0.080

SFA (cm2)

0.329

0.008

−0.137

0.285

0.422

< 0.001

−0.136

0.198

HbA1c (%)

0.345

0.005

−0.395

0.001

−0.018

0.849

−0.069

0.461

TG (mmol/l)

0.108

0.388

0.056

0.658

0.172

0.067

−0.070

0.455

HDL-C (mmol/l)

−0.354

0.004

0.141

0.260

−0.303

0.001

−0.055

0.562

CRP (mg/l)

0.129

0.301

−0.101

0.421

0.065

0.493

−0.022

0.812

UA (μmol/l)

0.040

0.751

0.089

0.476

0.151

0.108

0.168

0.172

AST (U/l)

0.305

0.013

−0.243

0.049

0.037

0.692

−0.130

0.165

ALT (U/l)

0.372

0.002

−0.333

0.006

0.102

0.279

−0.071

0.451

γ-GTP (U/l)

0.334

0.006

−0.336

0.006

0.232

0.013

−0.175

0.041

TG/HDL-C ratio

0.193

0.120

0.040

0.752

0.193

0.039

−0.013

0.892

BMI (kg/m2)

0.294

0.015

−0.095

0.440

0.556

< 0.001

−0.159

0.088

  1. Abbreviations: ALT alanine transaminase, AST aspartate transaminase, BMI body mass index, CRP C-reactive protein, γ-GTP gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase, HDL-C high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, LAI liver attenuation index, SFA subcutaneous fat area, TG triglycerides, UA uric acid, VFA visceral fat area