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Table 3 Predicting T2DM, adjusted by sex = male and age ≥ 60

From: Type II diabetes mellitus and hyperhomocysteinemia: a complex interaction

A
Homocysteine ≥ 15 DxHTN DxHTN × homocysteine ≥ 15 DxHL BMI ≥ 30
  2.058 (1.84–2.31) <2 × 10−16   1.573 (1.42–1.74) <2 × 10−16 1.335 (1.20–1.48) 5.37 × 10−8
 0.810 (0.67–0.98) 0.0280 2.362 (1.94–2.88) <2×10−16   1.621 (1.36–1.93) 7.65 × 10−8 1.225 (1.02–1.46) 0.0258
 0.640 (0.44–0.92) 0.0200 2.160 (1.72–2.72) 4.85 × 10−11 1.374 (0.89–2.13) 0.150 1.622 (1.36–1.93) 7.53 × 10−8 1.225 (1.02–1.46) 0.0259
  1. Each block reports OR, (95%CI), and p-value
B
Homocysteine ≥ 10 DxHTN DxHTN × homocysteine ≥ 10 DxHL BMI ≥ 30
  2.058 (1.84–2.31) <2×10−16   1.573 (1.42–1.74) <2 × 10−16 1.335 (1.20–1.48) 5.37 × 10−8
 0.664 (0.54–0.82) 0.00011 2.374 (1.95–2.90) <2 × 10−16   1.625 (1.36–1.94) 6.96 × 10−8 1.219 (1.02–1.46) 0.0301
 0.628 (0.44–0.90) 0.00937 2.235 (1.55–3.25) 2.09 × 10−5 1.087 (0.70–1.67) 0.705 1.624 (1.36–1.94) 7.07 × 10−8 1.220 (1.02–1.46) 0.0295
  1. Each block reports OR, (95%CI), and p-value