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Fig. 1 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

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From: Associations between body mass index, body composition and bone density in young adults: findings from a southern Brazilian cohort

Fig. 1

Association between body mass index, fat mass index and lean mass index (kg/m2) at 18 and 22 years and bone mineral density (g/cm2) at 22 years of age. The 1993 Birth Cohort, Pelotas, Brazil. (N = 2968). ♦Black symbols show crude and adjusted coefficients for the follow-up of 18 years and Grey symbols show crude and adjusted coefficients for the follow-up of 22 years of age. Adjusted for perinatal variables (maternal nutritional status, family income, maternal education, gestational age, birth weight, length at birth), 15 years (skin color) and 18 years (smoking habit, total physical activity score, calcium intake)

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