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Table 2 Univariate and multivariate analyses of factors associated with disease behavior

From: Computed tomography-based multiple body composition parameters predict outcomes in Crohn’s disease

Variable Univariate OR (95% CI), p value Multivariate OR (95% CI), p value
Age 1.021 (0.991, 1.053), 0.170 1.025 (0.992, 1.059), 0.132
Female sex 1.795 (0.758, 4.251), 0.184 0.898 (0.237, 3.405), 0.874
Skeletal muscle principal component 0.714 (0.568, 0.897), 0.004 0.728 (0.531, 0.997), 0.048
Adipose tissue principal component 0.958 (0.835, 1.098), 0.536
Visceral/subcutaneous fat ratio 1.069 (0.970, 1.178), 0.180 1.037 (0.932, 1.154), 0.503
Visceral/total fat ratio 5.774 (0.657, 50.743), 0.114 2.418 (0.085, 68.948), 0.605
  1. CI confidence interval, OR odds ratio, visceral/subcutaneous fat ratio, area of visceral fat/area of subcutaneous fat, p values lower than 0.05 is presented in bold