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Table 2 Association between sex hormones and bone mineral density: the linear regression model

From: Quantification of the relative contribution of estrogen to bone mineral density in men and women

Variable Men Women
Coeffcient (SE) P-value Coeffcient (SE) P-value
Femoral neck BMD     
Intercept 0.097 (0.105) 0.354 0.443 (0.032) <0.0001
Age -1.152 (0.104) <0.0001 -1.483 (0.121) <0.0001
Age squared 0.023 (0.101) 0.820 -0.268 (0.096) 0.005
Weight 0.07 (0.0008) <0.0001 0.004 (0.0008) <0.0001
Log (testosterone) 0.020 (0.012) 0.090 -0.004 (0.0005) 0.530
Log (estradiol) 0.032 (0.120) 0.008 0.014 (0.004) 0.001
Lumbar spine BMD     
Intercept 0.411 (0.131) 0.002 0.554 (0.040) <0.0001
Age -0.293 (0.130) 0.025 -1.360 (0.150) <0.0001
Age squared -0.253 (0.127) 0.048 -0.765 (0.119) <0.0001
Weight 0.007 (0.001) <0.0001 0.004 (0.0006) <0.0001
Log (testosterone) -0.001 (0.015) 0.951 0.006 (0.008) 0.401
Log (estradiol) 0.026 (0.015) 0.086 0.021 (0.005) <0.0001
  1. Note: SE, standard error.