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The CUN-BAE, Deurenberg Fat Mass, and visceral adiposity index as confident anthropometric indices for early detection of metabolic syndrome components in adults
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CitationLópez-González AA, Jover AM, Martínez CS, Artal PM, Bote SA, Jané BA, et al. The CUN-BAE, Deurenberg Fat Mass, and visceral adiposity index as confident anthropometric indices for early detection of metabolic syndrome components in adults. Sci Rep. 2022 Sep 15;12(1):15486.
There is no definition for the metabolic syndrome; visceral obesity, elevated lipids and glucose, and hypertension coexist. The aim of the study is to determine which anthropometric indicators best determine it. Cross-sectional study in 418,343 Spanish workers. Metabolic syndrome was determined using the NCEP-ATPIII, IDF and JIS criteria. The anthropometric variables studied were: body mass index, waist circumference, waist-to-height ratio, CUNBAE, Deuremberg formula, body fat index, body surface index, normalized weight adjusted index, body roundness index, body shape index, visceral adiposity index (VAI), dysfunctional adiposity index, conicity index, metabolic score for visceral fat (METS-VF), waist triglyceride index. In men, the anthropometric indices with the largest areas under the ROC curve are VAI with ATPIII criteria and JIS. If we use the IDF criteria: waist circumference and METS-VF, with the same result. In women, the largest areas under the curve were observed with the Deuremberg formula in both ATPIII and JIS while with the IDF criteria it is METS-VF. The most useful anthropometric indices for identifying metabolic syndrome are CUN-BAE and Deuremberg, followed by the VAI. A single definition of metabolic syndrome should be agreed to determine the best anthropometric index with predictive capacity for its diagnosis.
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