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Table 7 Metabolic syndrome and its individual components according the four different groups of fat distribution in men

From: Impact of Lipodystrophy on the prevalence and components of metabolic syndrome in HIV-infected patients

  Four different groups of fat distribution  
[n (%)] No
lipodystrophy
Isolated central
fat accumulation
Isolated
lipoatrophy
Mixed forms
of lipodystrophy
P
ATP III      
High blood pressure 17 (39.5) 24 (57.1) 36 (37.1) 33 (60.0) 0.017
Hypertriglyceridemia 32 (74.4) 33 (78.6) 79 (81.4) 52 (92.9) 0.086
Low HDL cholesterol 29 (67.4) 33 (78.6) 74 (76.3) 44 (78.6) 0.563
High waist circumference 0 (0.0) 21 (50.0) 0 (0.0) 22 (39.3) < 0.001
High fasting glucose 13 (30.2) 22 (52.4) 40 (41.2) 32 (57.1) 0.035
Metabolic syndrome 16 (37.2) 30 (71.4) 43 (44.3) 40 (71.4) < 0.001
IDF
High blood pressure 17 (39.5) 24 (57.1) 36 (37.1) 33 (60.0) 0.017
Hypertriglyceridemia 32 (74.4) 33 (78.6) 79 (81.4) 52 (92.9) 0.086
Low HDL cholesterol 29 (67.4) 33 (78.6) 74 (76.3) 44 (78.6) 0.563
High waist circumference 0 (0.0) 42 (100.0) 0 (0.0) 56 (100.0) < 0.001
High fasting glucose 13 (30.2) 22 (52.4) 38 (39.2) 30 (53.6) 0.058
Metabolic syndrome 0 (0.0) 36 (85.7) 0 (0.0) 52 (92.9) < 0.001