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Table 2 Distribution of cardiovascular risk stratified for weight and sex.

From: High-end normal adrenocorticotropic hormone and cortisol levels are associated with specific cardiovascular risk factors in pediatric obesity: a cross-sectional study

  All OW OB
Subjects 406 97 (24.0%) 309 (76.0%)
M 198 47 151
F 208 50 158
Hypertension (>90° percentile) 339 (83.4%) 71 (17.4%) 268 (66.0%)
M 173 36 137
F 166 35 131
Hypertension (>95° percentile) 274 (67.4%) 49 (12.0%) 225 (55.4%)
M 141 25 116
F 133 24 109
HDL <10° percentile 216 (53.2%) 39 (9.6%) 177 (43.6%)
M 123 23 100
F 93 16 77
TG >90° percentile 91 (22.4%) 15 (3.6%) 76 (18.8%)
M 61 11 50
F 30 4 26
LDL >90° percentile 25 (6.2%) 8 (1.9%) 17 (4.3%)
M 17 5 12
F 8 3 5
Dysglycemia 38 (9.3%) 7 (1.7%) 31 (5.4%)
M 21 4 17
F 17 3 14
  1. Data are expressed as absolute values or percentages. HDL = high-density lipoprotein; LDL = low-density lipoprotein; OB = obese subjects; OW = overweight subjects; TG = triglycerides.