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Table 2 Demographic characteristics, anthropometric measures, and laboratory investigations of the studied cases

From: Correlation between adiponectin level and the degree of fibrosis in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

  Total no. = 50
Sex Females 17 (34.0%)
Males 33 (66.0%)
Age (years) Mean ± SD 46.3 ± 6.3
Range 25–56
Weight (kg) Mean ± SD 84.49 ± 7.83
Range 72–111
Height (cm) Mean ± SD 168.12 ± 3.88
Range 160–178
WC (cm) Mean ± SD 95.19 ± 8.27
Range 82–115
BMI (kg/m2) Mean ± SD 29.74 ± 2.48
Range 26–38.4
Obesity Overweight 28 (56.0%)
Obese 22 (44.0%)
SBP (mmHg) Mean ± SD 136.8 ± 16.34
Range 100–170
DBP (mmHg) Mean ± SD 83.4 ± 10.32
Range 60–100
HTN No 32 (64.0%)
Yes 18 (36.0%)
HbA1C (%) Mean ± SD 6.9 ± 2.08
Range 4–12
Diabetes Non-diabetic 21 (42.0%)
Diabetic 29 (58.00%)
FBS (mg/dl) Mean + SD 159.08 + 61.98
Range 80–261
2hPP (mg/dl) Mean + SD 228.5 + 95.83
Range 100–392
HB (g/dl) Mean ± SD 11.6 ± 1.61
Range 5.1–14.01
TLC (× 109/l) Mean ± SD 7.73 ± 1.87
Range 4.2–11.6
PLT (× 109/l) Mean ± SD 228.84 ± 33.64
Range 169–290
AST (IU/l) Mean ± SD 25.9 ± 5.53
Range 19–38
ALT (IU/l) Mean ± SD 29.08 ± 8.2
Range 13–49
T. BIL (mg/dl) Mean ± SD 1.03 ± 0.09
Range 0.8–1.27
D. BIL (mg/dl) Mean ± SD 0.13 ± 0.09
Range 0.01–0.3
Albumin (g/l) Mean ± SD 4.37 ± 0.31
Range 3.8–4.9
INR Mean ± SD 1.04 ± 0.07
Range 0.9–1.2
Total cholesterol (mg/dl) Mean ± SD 226.86 ± 33.72
Range 170–295
TG (mg/dl) Mean ± SD 202.94 ± 63.91
Range 120–342
LDL (mg/dl) Mean ± SD 137.56 ± 33.42
Range 45–190
HDL (mg/dl) Mean ± SD 47.89 ± 15.62
Range 19–86