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Table 2 Associations between baseline obesity and body composition measures and femoral head cartilage volume (mm 3 )

From: Early cartilage abnormalities at the hip are associated with obesity and body composition measures – a 3.0T MRI community-based study

  Men Women
  Univariate regression β P Multivariate regression β P Univariate regression β P Multivariate regression β P
  (95% CI)   (95% CI)   (95% CI)   (95% CI)  
1990 to 1994         
BMI1, kg m−2 1 (−47, 49) 0.96 3 (−37, 44) 0.87 −28 (−52, −4) 0.02 −26 (−47, −6) 0.01
Fat-free mass2, kg 46 (15, 78) <0.01 40 (6, 74) 0.02 15 (−14, 43) 0.30 0 (−29, 29) 0.98
Fat mass3, kg 13 (−8, 35) 0.22 −3 (−24, 17) 0.73 −8 (−19, 4) 0.17 −11 (−21, −1) 0.03
Body fat3, % 4 (−24, 32) 0.78 −6 (−30, 17) 0.60 −13 (−28, 1) 0.08 −13 (−26, 0) 0.04
2009 to 2010         
BMI1, kg m−2 1 (−46, 49) 0.95 9 (−30, 49) 0.65 −22 (−40, −3) 0.03 −15 (−32, 1) 0.06
  1. 1Adjusted for age and femoral head bone area. 2Adjusted for age, femoral head bone area, and fat mass. 3Adjusted for age, femoral head bone area and fat-free mass. BMI, body mass index.