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Figure 1. From: The relationship between obesity and diabetic nephropathy in China.

Histogram of weight mass index (A), proteinuria (B) and creatinine clearance rate (C) distribution among study subjects with diabetic nephropathy.

Hui-Mei Chen, et al. BMC Nephrol. 2013;14:69-69.
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Figure 2. From: The relationship between obesity and diabetic nephropathy in China.

The follow-up of glucose control and renal lesions in patients with DN (n = 264): A, mean change in Scr (%); B, mean change in fasting glucose; C, cumulative incidence (%) of end-stage renal disease: patients with obesity have improved renal survival compared those with lean BMI (Kaplan–Meier analysis, log-rank, P= 0.0231); D, mean change in BMI (%).

Hui-Mei Chen, et al. BMC Nephrol. 2013;14:69-69.
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Figure 3. From: The relationship between obesity and diabetic nephropathy in China.

The follow-up of glucose control and renal lesions in subjects at K/DOQI stage I (n = 129). A, mean change in proteinuria (%); B, mean change in fasting glucose; C, cumulative incidence (%) of proteinuria progression: patients with obesity have higher risk of progress of proteinuria compared those with lean BMI (Kaplan–Meier analysis, log-rank, P = 0.0142); D, mean change in BMI (%).

Hui-Mei Chen, et al. BMC Nephrol. 2013;14:69-69.

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