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Table 4 Biochemical profile of patients with PsA

From: Higher bodily adiposity, fat intake, and cholesterol serum levels are associated with higher disease activity in psoriatic arthritis patients: is there a link among fat and skin and joint involvement?

 Mean ± SD
Fasting glucose levels (mg/dL)a102.90 ± 34.75
Hemoglobin A1c (%)b6.14 ± 1.27
Insulin (U)c16.88 ± 14.08
HOMA-IRd4.59 ± 5.19
Total Cholesterol (mg/dL)e196 ± 42.4
LDL-Cholesterol (mg/dL)f121.1 ± 37.6
HDL-Cholesterol (mg/dL)g47.7 ± 11.36
Triglycerides (mg/dL)h138.87 ± 86.39
  1. Cutoff points: a) 99 mg/dL. b) > 6%. c) > 30 U. d) > 2.7(4). e) > 200 mg/dL. f) > 130 mg/dL. g) < 40 mg/dL ♂ and < 50 mg/dL ♀. h) > 150 mg/dL