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Logistic regression analysis of related factors of nonalcoholic fatty liver combined with metabolic syndrome

  

  1. Medical Examination Center,  Jiangmen Central Hospital,  Jiangmen 529000,  China
  • Online:2019-06-20 Published:2019-06-20
  • Contact: Corresponding author: Zhang Lifen, Email: shiyizhangdoctor@163.com

Abstract: Objective  To investigate the related factors of nonalcoholic fatty liver (NAFLD) with metabolic syndrome (MS). Methods  A total of 422 patients with NAFLD who were examined and diagnosed in our outpatient clinic from January 2015 to December 2016  were divided into the control group (n=176 cases) and the study group (n=246 cases) according to whether MS was combined. Binary logistic was adopted. Regression analysis of the relevant influencing factors of NAFLD combined with MS was performed. Results  There were significant differences in age,  gender,  alcohol consumption,  body weight,  BMI index,  TC,  UA,  FPG,  Fins,  HOMAIR and GSH between the two groups (P<0.05). Binary logistic regression analysis showed that age,  BMI index,  HOMAIR,  GSH were the relevant influencing factors of NAFLD combined with MS. Conclusion  NAFLD is closely related to MS. Age,  BMI index,  HOMAIR and GSH can be used as predictors of NAFLD combined with MS.

Key words: Fatty Liver, Metabolic syndrome, Influencing factors