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Table 4 Correlations of iEAT with quantitative variables

From: Associations between epicardial adipose tissue, subclinical atherosclerosis and high-density lipoprotein composition in type 1 diabetes

  R P-value
Age (years) 0.430 < 0.001
BMI (kg/m2) 0.399 0.001
Insulin dose (UI/kg/day) 0.355 0.002
Waist circumference (cm) 0.559 < 0.001
Mean HbA1c 0.176 0.142
Lipid profile
 Total cholesterol (mmol/l) 0.146 0.220
 Triglycerides (mmol/l)* 0.333 0.004
 LDL cholesterol (mmol/l)* 0.097 0.420
 HDL cholesterol (mmol/l) − 0.040 0.740
 Lp(a) (mg/l)* 0.100 0.408
HDL-associated parameters
 HDL 2 (%) − 0.346 0.004
 HDL3 (%) 0.298 0.013
 PON1 (µmol/min*ml) 0.145 0.235
 Total Lp-PLA2 (µmol/min*ml)* − 0.055 0.652
 Lp-PLA2 in HDL (µmol/min*ml)* 0.149 0.221
 Lp-PLA2 in HDL (%)* 0.153 0.208
 HDL free cholesterol (%) − 0.344 0.004
 HDL esterified cholesterol (%) − 0.247 0.041
 HDL triglycerides (%)* 0.037 0.763
 HDL phospholipids (%) − 0.159 0.192
 HDL apoA-I (%) 0.043 0.724
 HDL apoA-II (%) 0.455 < 0.001
 HDL apoE (%) − 0.331 0.005
 HDL apoC-III (%) 0.318 0.008
  1. Pearson correlation was used for the variables with a normal distribution and Spearman’s rho for non-parametric variables
  2. * Indicates non-parametric variables