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Table 5 Adjusted Prevalence odd’s ratio of high-risk plaque features according to clinical risk factors (Male gender, NAFLD, Htn., DM, smoking and Dyslipidaemia) in 440 patients with CT findings of coronary artery disease

From: The associations between coronary artery disease, and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease by computed tomography

  Napkin ring sign (88) Positive remodelling (184) Low HU (48) Spotty calcium (336)
  OR
95% CI
p value OR
95% CI
p value OR
95% CI
p value OR
95% CI
p value
Males 1.69
(0.94–3.05)
0.08 2.16
(1.36–3.43)
0.001 0.854
(0.82–0.89)
 < 0.001 3.64
(2.27–5.84)
 < 0.001
NAFLD 7.88
(4.39–14.12)
 < 0.001 5.84
(3.85–8.85)
 < 0.001 7.25
(3.31–15.9)
 < 0.001 6.66
(3.75–11.82)
 < 0.001
Htn 1.99
(1.23–3.21)
0.004 0.59
(0.39–0.89)
0.012 2.267
(1.24–4.15)
0.007 0.72
(0.45–1.13)
0.154
DM 1.71
(1.04–2.82)
0.032 1.31
(0.86–2.00)
0.207 1.385
(0.73–2.63)
0.318 2.47
(1.38–4.40)
0.002
Smoking 0.53
(0.24–1.15)
0.105 2.69
(1.55–4.64)
 < 0.001 1.2
(0.53–2.70)
0.659 0.92
(0.50–1.69)
0.781
Dyslipidaemia 2.14
(1.32–3.49)
0.002 1.6
(1.05–2.42)
0.028 1.745
(0.94–3.24)
0.075 2.68
(1.50–4.78)
0.001
  1. DM, diabetes mellitus; Htn., Hypertension; NAFLD, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease