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Figure 1. From: Exercise training prevents diastolic dysfunction induced by metabolic syndrome in rats.

Lee Index, systolic arterial pressure, the rate constant for blood glucose disappearance and area under the curve in control (C) high fructose-fed (F) and trained high fructose-fed (FT) groups. One-way ANOVA, *p<0.05 vs. C and # p<0.05 vs. C and FT.

Cristiano Mostarda, et al. Clinics (Sao Paulo). 2012 July;67(7):815-820.
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Figure 2. From: Exercise training prevents diastolic dysfunction induced by metabolic syndrome in rats.

Correlation analyses between insulin resistance index, diastolic index and global index. A: normalized isovolumetric relaxation time (nIVRT), B: ratio of maximal early diastolic peak velocity (E) and late peak velocity (A) of mitral flow (E/A ratio), C: myocardial performance index (MPI) vs. area under the curve of the rate constant for blood glucose disappearance (AUC) and D: nIVRT, E: E/A ratio and F: MPI vs. the rate constant for blood glucose disappearance (KITT), involving control, fructose-fed and trained fructose-fed rats.

Cristiano Mostarda, et al. Clinics (Sao Paulo). 2012 July;67(7):815-820.

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