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Table 1 Age, BMI, serum lipids and fecal BA excretion in control and GS patients.

From: Fecal bile acid excretion and messenger RNA expression levels of ileal transporters in high risk gallstone patients

    Serum lipid concentration (mg/dl)  
Subjects Age (y) BMI Total CH HDL TG Fecal BA (mg/day)
GS-free       
1 48 23.4 170 52 99 883 ± 53
2 43 23.4 223 46 73 824 ± 68
3 46 22.2 219 59 220 418 ± 140
4 36 23.7 219 67 57 880 ± 150
5 22 28.3 194 58 81 250 ± 54
6 48 22.1 226 76 68 428 ± 140
7 34 22.4 153 60 38 420 ± 127
8 36 26.3 192 50 100 403 ± 140
9 37 24.1 158 37 111 186 ± 30
10 55 23.0 247 66 104 508 ± 250
Mean ± SE 41 ± 3 24.1 ± 0.6 198 ± 10 57 ± 4 95 ± 16 520 ± 80
With gallstones       
11 55 23.8 247 66 104 374 ± 9
12 51 22.5 163 50 65 576 ± 250
13 30 22.5 150 39 165 314 ± 86
Cholecystectomy       
14 47 22.1 150 28 177 324 ± 46
15 53 22.0 148 50 118 120 ± 17
16 37 24.1 162 44 146 897 ± 157
17 30 26.7 150 39 165 538 ± 170
Total GS       
Mean ± SE 47 ± 4 23.4 ± 0.6 158 ± 3 46 ± 4 114 ± 19 461 ± 105
  1. Each individual value of fecal BA excretion represents the mean ± SE of the three days of fecal collection of each participant. Body weights were: GS-free subjects, 58.6 ± 1.9; GS patients, 55.3 ± 1.7. BMI was calculated as weight/height (kg/m2); CH, cholesterol; TG, triglycerides.