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Subcutaneous fat of extremities independent of abdominal fat does not promote insulin resistance and cardiovascular risk in Jap

Yuji Tajiri et al.
Used Parameters : BFM

Publication Year : 2013

Country : Japan

Journal : Diabetology International

Thigh subcutaneous fat has recently been advocated to have a favorable association with insulin resistance or cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk, in contrast to abdominal and visceral fat. However, because individual regional fat components are strongly correlated with each other, multiple regression analysis of these independent variables in the same model is not valid due to multicollinearity, even though most previous reports regarding this issue have applied this invalid statistical analysis. In the present study, we applied another …
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