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Table 2 Pearson's correlation coefficients for simple linear regression between the IMT and all the other parameters in the Hashimoto patients, controls and the population as a whole

From: Increased carotid IMT in overweight and obese women affected by Hashimoto's thyroiditis: an adiposity and autoimmune linkage?

  Hashimoto (n = 30) Controls (n = 74) Total (n = 104)
Age 0.60 ***
p < 0.001
0.50 ***
p < 0.001
0.53 ***
p < 0.001
BMI -0.10
p = 0.613
0.10
p = 0.382
0.06
p = 0.572
Waist circumference 0.20
p = 0.294
0.22
p = 0.062
0.21*
p = 0.037
Fasting glycemia 0.62 ***
p < 0.001
0.25 *
p = 0.030
0.31 **
p = 0.001
Fasting insulinemia -0.08
p = 0.660
0.05
p = 0.649
0.03
p = 0.779
TSH 0.13
p = 0.481
-0.05
p = 0.693
0.08
p = 0.445
FT3 -0.01
p = 0.951
0.02
p = 0.841
-0.04
p = 0.694
FT4 0.03
p = 0.876
-0.01
p = 0.941
0
p = 0.987
Total cholesterol 0.46 *
p = 0.011
0.26 *
p = 0.025
0.33 **
p = 0.001
HDL cholesterol 0.00
p = 0.989
-0.07
p = 0.570
-0.05
p = 0.618
Triglycerides 0.52 **
p = 0.003
0.23
p = 0.051
0.36 ***
p < 0.001
Systolic blood pressure 0.48**
P = 0.008
0.34**
P = 0.003
0.35***
P < 0.001
Diastolic blood pressure 0.21
P = 0.270
0.23*
P = 0.046
0.18
P = 0.064
Hypertension 0.23
p = 0.231
0.28 *
p = 0.016
0.26 **
p = 0.009
  1. * P < 0.05; ** P < 0.01; *** P < 0.001
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