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Table 3 Prevalence of obesity, dyslipidemia, metabolic syndrome, prediabetes and diabetes 2 in Brazilian women with PCOS

From: Metabolic profile of women with PCOS in Brazil: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Study N Region Obesity (%) Dyslipidemia  (%) ↓ HDLa ↑ TGLb MetS (%) Prediabetesc (%) Type 2 Diabetes (%)
Avila et al. 2014 [30] 100 Southeast     36   
Costa et al. 2012 [29] 113 Northeast   76.1 33.6 31   
de Medeiroset al. 2014 [48] 288 Midwest 44.3      
Gabrielli et al. 2012 [26] 73 Northeast 13.7      
Maciel et al. 2014 34 97 Southeast 42.3 52.6 22.7 26.8   
Pedroso et al. 2012 [37]d 105 Southeast   68.6 5.3 42.9   
Ramos et al. 2015 [46] 199 South   56.6 17.8 24.6 9.7  
Rocha et al. 2011 [28] 142 Southeast 31.6 57.6 28.3    
Tavares et al. 2019 [28] 111 Northeast 44.1 54.1 35.1 33.6 7.2  
Wanderley et al. 2018 [49] 83 Midwest 56.62      
Wiltgen et al. 2010 [43] 195 South 52.5 58.8 22.9 31.3 11.3 3.6
Xavier,et al., 2018 [43] 97 Southeast 42.3      
  1. Rotterdam criteria for all studies
  2. aLower HDL: ≤ 50
  3. bHigher TGL: ≥ 150
  4. cPrediabetes: IFG and/or IGT
  5. donly data of adult women with PCOS were extracted