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 Title & Authors
Study on Convergence Using Carotid Ultrasonography in Metabolic Syndrome risk factor
Sung, Hyun-Ho; Yoon, Joon;
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 Abstract
This study conducted a comprehensive health examination center in healthy adult subjects 47 people in the 30-55 age carotid ultrasound and a blood test and measurement physique is located in Gyeonggi Province in 2014, was analyzed in the same group between gender and age of the person hip circumference was higher than the 40s and 50s(p<0.05). Carotid ultrasound results showed differences in the 30s and 50s (p<0.05). CIMT and BMI, in CIMT showed a positive correlation with hip circumference (p<0.05). In addition, blood pressure and systolic blood pressure in the CIMT showed a positive correlation (p<0.05). In conclusion, in this study, we demonstrated a correlation between metabolic syndrome risk factor in carotid IMT, and continue to research needed for the diagnosis of diseases of the metabolic syndrome factor fusion research is utilizing ultrasound for a more qualitative disease diagnosis.
 Keywords
BMI;Carotid intima-media thickness;Fusion research;Hip circumference;Waist circumference;
 Language
Korean
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