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Obesity Impact Evaluated from Fat Percentage in Bone Mineral Density of Male Adolescents.


ABSTRACT: OBJECTIVE:To analyze bone mineral density (BMD) values in adolescents and to assess obesity impact, measured through body fat #x2013;on this variable through the assessment by DEXA. METHODOLOGY:A total of 318 males adolescents (12-17 years) were evaluated considering weight, height, body mass index (BMI), bone mineral density (BMD), fat and lean mass. BMD was assessed for the arms, legs, hips, and lumbar regions, as well as for total amount. Stratification of the nutritional status was determined by body fat (%BF) percentage; comparison of groups was scrutinized by analysis of variance; and the association of variables was performed using Pearson's test. RESULTS:There was a progressive increase in weight, height, and BMD for all evaluated age groups following the advance of chronological age. A negative correlation was found between the %BF with BMD in all evaluated segments. Significant differences were found between the eutrophic group compared to the overweight group and the obesity group in the evaluated segments (P <0.01) noting a reduction of up to 12.92% for the lumbar region between eutrophic and obese. CONCLUSION:The results suggest that increase %BF is associated with lower BMD among male adolescents.

SUBMITTER: Ripka WL 

PROVIDER: S-EPMC5042375 | BioStudies | 2016-01-01

REPOSITORIES: biostudies

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