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Table 4 Odds ratios for variables associated with hip fracture

From: Femoral geometry, bone mineral density, and the risk of hip fracture in premenopausal women: a case control study

  OR 95 % CI of OR P value
   Lower Upper  
Agea 1.000 0.584 1.712 1.000
BMIb 1.251 0.690 2.268 0.460
FN BMDb 6.561 2.590 16.617 <0.001
TH BMDb 6.495 2.688 15.696 <0.001
HALa 2.212 1.182 4.141 0.013
NSAb 2.377 1.171 4.826 0.017
CSAb 4.038 1.863 8.752 <0.001
CSMIb 2.724 1.301 5.706 0.008
Neck widthb 1.099 0.614 1.967 0.751
FN cortical thicknessb 1.587 0.812 3.104 0.177
FS cortical thicknessb 1.236 0.603 2.533 0.563
SMb 3.431 1.617 7.280 0.001
BRa 1.833 1.012 3.321 0.045
  1. aFracture risk associated with a 1 SD increase in the variable
  2. bFracture risk associated with a 1 SD decrease in the variable
  3. BMI body mass index, FN BMD femoral neck bone mineral density, TH BMD total hip bone mineral density, HAL hip axis length, NSA neck shaft angle, CSA cross sectional area, CSMI cross sectional moment of inertia, SM section modulus, BR buckling ratio