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Table 1 Demographic and clinical parameters of participants (n = 429)

From: Influence of obesity on vertebral fracture prevalence and vitamin D status in postmenopausal women

    Minimum Maximum
Age (yrs) : m (SD) 59.5 (8.3) 50 83
Height (cm) : m (SD) 156.5 (6.1) 138 185
Weight (Kg) : m (SD) 75.8 (13.3) 35 165
BMI (kg/m2) : m (SD) 29.9 (5.2) 14.6 50.8
Years since menopause (yrs): m (SD) 9.7 (8.9) 1 50
Number of pregnancies: m (SD) 5.2 (2.3) 0 13
History of fractures: n (%) 57 (13.3)   
Lumbar spine BMD (g/cm2): m (SD) 0.967 (0.19) 0.641 1.413
Total hip BMD (g/cm2): m (SD) 0.834 (0.43) 0.583 1.460
Lumbar spine T-score: m (SD) −1.5 (1.3) −5.2 4.00
Total hip T-score: m (SD) −1.01 (1.2) −4.7 3.02
Osteoporosis any site : n (%) 90 (21.0)   
Vitamin D (ng/mL) : m(SD) 14.5 (12.4) 3 116
Vitamin D < 20 ng/mL : n(%) 335 (78.1)   
Vitamin D < 10 ng/mL : n(%) 224 (52.2)   
VFs grade 2/3: n (%) 76 (17.7)   
  1. BMI body mass index, BMD bone mineral density