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Hyperhomocysteinemia associated with low muscle mass, muscle function in elderly hemodialysis patients: An analysis of multiple

Wang et al.
Used Parameters : SMM, SMI, Segmental FFM

Publication Year : 2019

Country : Taiwan

Journal : BioMed Research International

Background. The hyperhomocysteinemia was with high prevalence and has been considered as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease in hemodialysis patients. These patients also experienced a high risk of muscle wasting caused by the comorbidity, malnutrition, and low physical activity. We investigated the associations of homocysteinemia with muscle mass, muscle function in elderly hemodialysis patients. Methods. A clinical cross-sectional study was conducted on 138 hemodialysis patients aged 65 years and …
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