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Table 4 Prevalence of NAFLD and abnormal ALT, AST, and γ-GTP activities according to urinary bisphenol A levels

From: The association between urinary bisphenol A levels and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in Korean adults: Korean National Environmental Health Survey (KoNEHS) 2015-2017

  Quartile 1 (n = 888) Quartile 2 (n = 880) Quartile 3 (n = 860) Quartile 4 (n = 848) P value
NAFLD Actual number 201 214 242 258 0.002
Weighted frequency (95% CI) 21.83 (18.42-25.68) 22.14 (18.88-25.78) 25.55 (21.64-29.90) 29.18 (25.48-33.19)
Abnormal ALT Actual number 83 88 87 102 0.023
Weighted frequency (95% CI) 10.41 (8.22-13.11) 12.27 (9.36-15.93) 11.25 (8.80-14.27) 15.34 (12.53-18.66)
Abnormal AST Actual number 110 82 91 10 0.872
Weighted frequency (95% CI) 12.24 (9.62-15.45) 7.59 (5.67-10.09) 9.99 (8.03-12.35) 11.77 (9.45-14.58)
Abnormal γ-GTP Actual number 104 89 99 95 0.844
Weighted frequency (95% CI) 10.86 (8.54-13.72) 9.29 (6.97-12.29) 12.05 (9.42-15.29) 10.31 (8.06-13.09)
  1. NAFLD nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, AST aspartate aminotransferase, ALT alanine aminotransferase, γ-GTP gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase