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Table 3 Univariate Correlations of Visceral Fat Area, Subcutaneous Fat Area with Components of the Lipid Panel, Glucose, Insulin and the QUICK Index

From: Low density lipoprotein cholesterol is inversely correlated with abdominal visceral fat area: a magnetic resonance imaging study

  Visceral Fat Area; Pearson's r, (p-value) Subcutaneous Fat Area; Pearson's r, (p-value)
Total Cholesterol -.306 (.049) -.142 (.370)
LDL Cholesterol -.348 (.024) -.068 (.668)
HDL Cholesterol -.361 (.019) -.339 (.028)
Non-HDL Cholesterol -.139 (.381) .029 (.857)
VLDL Cholesterol .503 (.001) .217 (.168)
Triglycerides .499 (.001) .226 (.151)
CRP .111 (.484) .000 (.995)
Fasting Glucose .522 (<.001) .111 (.486)
Insulin .664 (<.001) .682 (<.001)
QUICK Index -.723 (<.001) -.592 (<.001)