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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of the studied groups (medians and IQR)

From: Does family history of metabolic syndrome affect the metabolic profile phenotype in young healthy individuals?

  fhMetS (n = 78) Control group (n = 12) p
Age (years) 35.0 (31.0–39.0 ) 32.5 (27.0–37.0 ) 0.256
Body mass (kg) 75.5 (59.0–93.0) 69.5 (58.0–81.0) 0.267
WC (cm) 84.5 (70.0–97.5) 77.9 ( 67.0–88.1) 0.102
BMI (kg/m2) 25.3 (21.9–28.7 ) 23.6 (22.5–26.0) 0.499
WHR 0.9 (0.8–0.9) 0.8 (0.8–0.9) 0.365
Creatinine (mmol/L) 79.56 (53.04–106.08) 53.04 (61.88–97.24) 0.681
eGFR (ml/min) 84.4 (74.9–92.7) 82.3 (71.7–89.9) 0.420
Uric acid (umol/L) 261.71 (220.0–339.0) 261.72 (237.92–285.5) 0.879
AST (U/L) 19.0 (16.0–24.0) 17.1(13.0–22.0) 0.248
ALT (U/L) 22.0 (15.0–32.0) 13.5 (10.0–22.5) 0.118
ESR (mm) 7.0 (4.0–13.5) 8.0 (6.0–16.0) 0.462
WBC (G/L) 6.1 (5.1–7.2) 6.9 (5.2–9.7) 0.310
hsCRP (mg/L) 1.3 (0.8–2.5) 1.1 (0.4–5.8) 0.704
  1. WC- waist circumference, BMI- body mass index, WHR- waist/hip ratio, GFR- glomerular filtration rate, AST-aspartate transaminase, ALT- alanine aminotransferase, ESR erytrocyte sedimentation rate, WBC- white blood cell count, hsCRP- high-sensitivity C-reactive protein.