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Fig. 1 | BMC Geriatrics

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From: Sex-related differences in the association between frailty and dietary consumption in Japanese older people: a cross-sectional study

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The total Kihon Checklist scores and the prevalence of prefrailty and frailty. a The distribution of Kihon Checklist scores. Higher scores indicates greater frailty (range: 0 to 25). b The distribution of Kihon Checklist scores in men. c The distribution of Kihon Checklist scores in women. d The prevalence of prefrailty and frailty based on the Kihon Checklist scores

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