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Table 5 Baseline characteristics of the study population

From: Identifying potential biomarkers of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease via genome-wide analysis of copy number variation

  Cases (%) Controls (%) χ2/Z p value
Gender     
Male 209 (70.4) 185 (71.2) 0.04 0.84
Female 88 (29.6) 75 (28.8)   
Age (years) 45.66 ± 11.764 45.48 ± 11.804 − 0.16 0.87
Education     
Primary education 63 (21.2) 55 (21.2) 1.97 0.37
Secondary education 88 (29.6) 64 (24.6)   
Bachelor degree 146 (49.2) 141 (54.2)   
Marital status     
Single 31 (10.4) 36 (13.8) 1.52 0.22
Married or divorced 266 (89.6) 224 (86.2)   
Income (¥)     
< 1000 16 (5.4) 15 (5.8) 0.36 0.83
1000–2000 83 (27.9) 78 (30)   
≥ 2000 198 (66.7) 167 (64.2)   
BMI (kg/m2)     
< 18.5 2 (0.7) 9 (3.5) 117.95 < 0.001
18.5–23.9 99 (33.3) 193 (74.2)   
24.0–27.9 149 (50.2) 57 (21.9)   
≥ 28 47 (15.8) 1 (0.4)   
Blood pressure (mm/Hg)     
< 140/90 211 (71) 211 (81.2) 7.72 0.01
≥ 140/90 86 (29) 49 (18.8)   
Diabetes     
Yes 12 (4) 7 (97.3) 0.77 0.38
No 285 (96) 253 (2.7)   
Tea consumption     
No 112 (37.7) 109 (41.9) 1.03 0.311
Yes 185 (62.3) 151 (58.1)   
Smoking habit     
No 220 (74.1) 197 (75.8) 0.21 0.65
Yes 77 (25.9) 63 (24.2)   
  1. Bold indicates that the analysis result is statistically significant