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Table 2 Characteristics of male participants

From: Cross-sectional study of associations between normal body weight with central obesity and hyperuricemia in Japan

 Hyperuricemia (N=14,823)Normouricemia (N=54,418)Pa
Age (y)50.0 (6.9)50.6 (7.1)< 0.001
Height (cm)170.3 (5.9)169.6 (6.3)< 0.001
Weight (kg)73.0 (11.8)68.3 (10.6)< 0.001
BMI (kg/m2)25.1 (3.6)23.7 (3.2)< 0.001
WC (cm)87.9 (9.2)83.9 (8.7)< 0.001
WHtR0.52 (0.05)0.50 (0.05)< 0.001
Obesity types
 NW5,722 (38.6)30,347 (55.8)< 0.001
 NWCO2,366 (16.0)8,428 (15.5) 
 OB321 (2.2)1,137 (2.1) 
 OBCO6,414 (43.3)14,506 (26.7) 
Uric acid (mg/dL)7.8 (0.8)5.6 (0.9)< 0.001
Hypertension6,694 (45.2)19,217 (35.3)< 0.001
Dyslipidemia9,779 (66.0)27,778 (51.1)< 0.001
Diabetes1,073 (7.2)5,153 (9.5)< 0.001
Smoking status
 Current5,915 (39.9)23,952 (44.0)< 0.001
 Quit3,508 (23.7)10,360 (19.0) 
 Never smoked5,400 (36.4)20,106 (37.0) 
Physical activity
 Yes4,647 (31.4)18,326 (33.7)< 0.001
 No10,176 (68.7)36,092 (66.3) 
Alcohol intake
 Yes11,860 (80.0)38,764 (71.2)< 0.001
 No2,963 (20.0)15,654 (28.8) 
  1. Data are expressed as means (standard deviation) or n (%)
  2. BMI body mass index, NW normal weight without central obesity, NWCO normal weight with central obesity, OB obesity without central obesity, OBCO obesity with central obesity, WC waist circumference, WHtR waist-to-height ratio
  3. aUnpaired t-test or chi-squared test