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Table 1 Clinical patient data

From: Kidney stone formers have more renal parenchymal crystals than non-stone formers, particularly in the papilla region

Parameter Total, mean (SD) P-value* Men, mean (SD) P-value* Women, mean (SD) P-value*
SFs NSFs   SFs NSFs   SFs NSFs  
Age (years) 62.1 (10.6) 61.7 (10.9) 0.8856 62.7 (10.3) 63.0 (10.3) 0.9336 56.6 (13.3) 57.6 (12.2) 0.8856
Height (cm) 164.6 (7.4) 165.3 (6.7) 0.7016 166.1 (6.6) 166.7 (5.9) 0.7282 156.8 (6.6) 157.6 (5.2) 0.8366
Weight (kg) 62.2 (12.1) 66.0 (10.5) 0.1933 64.0 (11.7) 67.2 (9.6) 0.2902 53.2 (10.4) 59.8 (13.8) 0.4181
Body mass index (kg/m2) 22.9 (3.4) 24.0 (3.7) 0.2149 23.2 (3.4) 24.0 (3.0) 0.3587 21.6 (2.9) 24.2 (6.6) 0.4455
Abdominal circumference (cm) 77.7 (8.1) 80.4 (8.3) 0.2027 78.2 (8.1) 80.5 (8.1) 0.3260 74.9 (8.0) 79.8 (10.2) 0.4243
  1. SD standard deviation, SFs stone formers, NSFs non-stone formers
  2. *P < 0.05 indicates statistically significant differences by Student’s t-test