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Table 4 Associations between body composition and hip JSN in men

From: The association between leptin, interleukin-6, and hip radiographic osteoarthritis in older people: a cross-sectional study

  Multivariablea Multivariableb Multivariablec
  β (CI) P β (CI) P β (CI) P
Superior JSN       
   BMI (grade per kg/m2) 0.10 (0.00 to 0.21) 0.061 0.06 (-0.04 to 0.17) 0.242 0.10 (0.00 to 0.20) 0.058
   WHR (grade per 100%) 1.99 (-5.49 to 9.48) 0.602 0.64 (-6.52 to 7.80) 0.861 1.82 (-5.68 to 9.31) 0.635
   Trunk fat (grade per 100%) 2.40 (-6.75 to 11.56) 0.607 1.31 (-7.52 to 10.14) 0.771 2.42 (-6.86 to 11.70) 0.609
   Total fat (grade per 100%) 2.32 (-10.03 to 14.67) 0.713 -0.12 (-11.69 to 11.45) 0.983 2.30 (-10.24 to 14.84) 0.719
Axial JSN       
   BMI (grade per kg/m2) 0.09 (-0.04 to 0.22) 0.165 0.02 (-0.09 to 0.13) 0.750 0.09 (-0.03 to 0.21) 0.150
   WHR (grade per 100%) 2.29 (-7.66 to 12.25) 0.652 -0.41 (9.77 to 8.96) 0.932 1.94 (-7.88 to 11.75) 0.699
   Trunk fat (grade per 100%) 0.08 (-11.25 to 11.42) 0.988 -1.87 (-11.26 to 7.52) 0.697 -0.41 (-12.19 to 11.37) 0.945
   Total fat (grade per 100%) -3.45 (-18.94 to 12.04) 0.662 -6.16 (-18.76 to 6.45) 0.338 -4.25 (-20.71 to 12.22) 0.613
  1. aAdjusted for age, height, ever smoked, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, heart disease, and asthma. bFurther adjusted for leptin or cfurther adjusted for interleukin-6. Dependent variable, JSN grade (0-2) in superior or axial compartment. Independent variable, BMI, WHR, trunk fat, or total fat (all except BMI expressed as percentages between 0 and 100%). IL-6, interleukin-6; CI, confidence interval; JSN, joint-space narrowing; BMI, body mass index; WHR, waist-to-hip ratio.