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Association of low muscle mass and isokinetic strength with metabolic syndrome

Endocrinology
Author
Kim et al.
Used Parameters : ASM

Publication Year : 2020

Country : Korea

Journal : J Mens Health

Methods Data from 256 males aged 40–69 years were analyzed. The impedance method was used to assess appendicular skeletal muscle mass (ASM). Muscle strength was measured grip strength with a dynamometer and 60/s knee strength with isokinetic machine. Strength and muscle mass were divided into quartiles, and logistic regression analyses were performed. Results Absolute strength was not significantly prevalent in MetS, but MetS prevalence was significantly higher in participants with lower relative strength and muscle …
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