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Table 4 Prevalence of the fulfillment of metabolic syndrome-related parameters

From: Visceral fat obesity is highly associated with primary gout in a metabolically obese but normal weighted population: a case control study

  Body mass index ≥25 Body mass index <25
  Gout Healthy P Gout Healthy P
(n = 65) (n = 54) (n = 38) (n = 150)
WC ≥90 cm 50 (76.9%) 24 (44.4%) <0.001 1 (2.6%) 5 (3.3%) 0.826
TG ≥150 mg/dL 41 (63.1%) 6 (11.1%) <0.001 13 (34.2%) 15 (10.0%) <0.001
HDL <40 mg/dL 28 (43.1%) 8 (14.8%) 0.001 10 (26.3%) 14 (9.3%) 0.011
BP ≥130/85 31 (47.7%) 15 (27.8%) 0.026 15 (39.5%) 26 (17.3%) 0.003
Glucose ≥110 mg/dL 15 (23.1%) 0 (0%) <0.001 5 (13.2%) 0 (0%) <0.001
modified ATP III 28 (43.1%) 1 (1.9%) <0.001 5 (13.2%) 0 (0%) <0.001
  1. Results are presented as number (%) of patients. BP: blood pressure; HDL: high density lipoprotein; TG: triglyceride; WC: waist circumference.