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Body composition assessment of Crohn's outpatients and comparison with gender-and age-specific multiple matched control pairs

A Molnár et al.
Used Parameters : Body composition

Publication Year : 2017

Country : Hungary

Journal : Clinical Nutrition

Results: Using body mass index (BMI) and fat-free mass index (FFMI) as the markers of nutritional status, we found low BMI for 21% of the patients and low FFMI for 30% of them. Low BMI values were not gender specific, but substantially more females had low FFMI values. Low BMI was diagnosed in the patients' vs the control group for 21 vs 4% for men and 21 vs 2% for women; whereas low FFMI was diagnosed for 25 vs 5% for men and 36 vs 14% for women. Significant differences were found between patients' and control groups …
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