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A Study of Correlation among Bone Mineral Density, Body Composition and Body Circumference on 20's Women
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A Study of Correlation among Bone Mineral Density, Body Composition and Body Circumference on 20's Women
Lee, Sang-Min; Wang, Joong-San; Park, Sung-Kyu; Kim, Hong-Rae; Ko, Jin-Hee; Oh, Yu-Jung; Yoon, Hae-Ran; Kim, Ji-Sung;
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 Abstract
The aim of this study was to investigate the correlation among bone mineral density(BMD), body composition and body circumference on 20's college women in Hwaseong. A total of 86 subjects were measured with BMD and body composition and body circumference. To evaluate the correlation between BMD and body composition, bone density and body weight, body mass index(BMI), lean body mass, muscle mass, fat mass and body fat mass were compared. The results of this study, weight was considered the strong correlation with BMD than the height and BMI seems to be greater significance rather than the lumbar spine and femur BMD. In addition, the relationship between body composition and BMD, lean body mass, muscle mass, body fat mass were the most relevant factors and BMD. The relationship between BMD and body circumference that have been difficult because of not enough previous studies but somewhat the study showed that association.
 Keywords
Bone Mineral Density;Body Composition;Body Circumference;20's Women;
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English
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