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Table 4 The association between serum FSH level and NAFLD in this study

From: A low follicle-stimulating hormone level is a protective factor for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in older men aged over 80

  Odds ratios 95% confidence intervals P value
Model 1
 Q1 0.405 0.212–0.773 0.006
 Q2 0.400 0.210–0.762 0.005
 Q3 0.665 0.366–1.209 0.181
 Q4 1 / /
Model 2
 Q1 0.363 0.175–0.753 0.006
 Q2 0.316 0.151–0.662 0.002
 Q3 0.713 0.366–1.388 0.320
 Q4 1 / /
Model 3
 Q1 0.336 0.158–0.714 0.005
 Q2 0.274 0.124–0.602 0.001
 Q3 0.519 0.255–1.053 0.069
 Q4 1 / /
Model 4
 Q1 0.303 0.141–0.653 0.002
 Q2 0.260 0.118–0.573 0.001
 Q3 0.498 0.241–1.029 0.060
 Q4 1 / /
Model 5
 Q1 0.132 0.034–0.516 0.003
 Q2 0.190 0.052–0.702 0.011
 Q3 0.404 0.139–1.173 0.075
 Q4 1 / /
  1. Model 1: Adjusted for age
  2. Model 2: Adjusted for age, BMI, and WC
  3. Model 3: Adjusted for the covariates in model 2 plus education level, marital status, smoking habit, routine exercise, history of hypertension and diabetes, medication usage (antihypertension or lipid-lowering)
  4. Model 4: Adjusted for the covariates in model 3 plus score of the MNA-SF
  5. Model 5: Adjusted for the covariates in model 4 plus quartiles of E2, TT, and LH