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Figure 1. From: The Association of Insulin Resistance and Inflammation with Peripheral Arterial Disease: the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 1999-2004.

Age- and gender- standardized PAD prevalence (%) in increasing HOMA-IR quartiles. There is a graded increase in PAD prevalence in increasing HOMA-IR quartiles (p=0.037 by chi-square test). PAD=peripheral arterial disease, HOMA-IR=homeostasis model of insulin resistance.

Reena L. Pande, et al. Circulation. ;118(1):33-41.
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Figure 2. From: The Association of Insulin Resistance and Inflammation with Peripheral Arterial Disease: the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 1999-2004.

Unadjusted PAD prevalence (%) in increasing CRP categories (<1, 1–3, and >3mg/L) in groups stratified by absence or presence of insulin resistance (defined as having a HOMA-IR below or above the median value of 1.86, respectively). In the absence of insulin resistance, there is a robust relationship between increasing CRP category and prevalence of PAD, with a PAD prevalence of 2.2%, 4.4% and 6.7% in increasing CRP categories (p=0.007). However, in the presence of insulin resistance, the relationship between CRP and PAD is significantly blunted with PAD prevalence rates of 5.5%, 6.5% and 6.9% (p=0.56). IR=insulin resistance; CRP=C-reactive protein. P-values are generated by chi-square test.

Reena L. Pande, et al. Circulation. ;118(1):33-41.

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