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Fig. 2 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

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From: Bone mineral density at the hip and its relation to fat mass and lean mass in adolescents: the Tromsø Study, Fit Futures

Fig. 2

a Distribution of aBMD at the hip across lean mass and fat mass tertiles separately (crude values), including trend lines and p-values, for girls 15–17 years old. The Tromsø Study, Fit Futures 1. LM tertile 1; ≤ 36.75 kg, LM tertile 2; 36.76–40.31 kg, LM tertile 3; ≥ 40.32 kg: FM tertile 1; ≤ 15.48 kg, FM tertile 2; 15.49–21.01 kg, FM tertile 3; ≥ 21.02 kg. b Distribution of aBMD at the hip across fat mass and lean mass tertiles separately (crude values), including trend lines and p-values, for boys 15–17 years old. The Tromsø Study, Fit Futures 1. LM tertile 1; ≤ 50.88 kg, LM tertile 2; 50.89–56.41 kg, LM tertile 3; ≥ 56.42 kg; FM tertile 1; ≤ 8.04 kg, FM tertile 2; 8.05–15.29 kg, FM tertile 3; ≥ 15.30 kg

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