Body mass index and risk of diabetic retinopathy: A meta-analysis and systematic review.

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diabetes mellitus 3039 obese (≥30.0 kg/m2). It has been shown that being overweight and obesity are 2 risk factors for diabetes mellitus .[[6]] Thus, overweight and obese people are more vulnerable to DR. However, the results from previous
diabetic retinopathy 43 Title: MedicineBody mass index and risk of diabetic retinopathy A meta-analysis and systematic reviewYue ZhouYuezhi ZhangKe ShiChangyun WangAdebowale Adesina.Department
diabetic retinopathy 4422 or “BMI” or “body weight” or “obesity” or “overweight’” or “adiposity”) and “ diabetic retinopathy ” were used to search for the relevant articles published in English. Moreover, reference lists and
diabetic retinopathy 10103 analyzed as a categorical variable. BMI = body mass index, CI = confidence interval, DR = diabetic retinopathy , SE = standard error.Figure 3Forest plot for the association between BMI and the risk of DR when
diabetic retinopathy 10304 the risk of DR when BMI was analyzed as a continuous variable. BMI = body mass index, DR = diabetic retinopathy , SE = standard error, CI = confidence interval.Publication bias3.3As shown in Fig. 4, the largest
obesity 1210 variable, neither being overweight (OR = 0.89, 95% CI 0.75–1.07; P = .21; I2 = 65%) nor obesity (OR = 0.97, 95% CI 0.73–1.30; P = .86) were associated with an increased risk of DR when compared
obesity 1662 change after the sensitivity analysis.Based on the current publications, neither being overweight nor obesity is associated with an increased risk of DR. Further studies should confirm these findings.Introduction1Diabetic
obesity 3008 (25.0 kg/m2–29.9 kg/m2), and obese (≥30.0 kg/m2). It has been shown that being overweight and obesity are 2 risk factors for diabetes mellitus.[[6]] Thus, overweight and obese people are more vulnerable
obesity 4361 related to body mass (“body mass index” or “body mass” or “BMI” or “body weight” or “ obesity ” or “overweight’” or “adiposity”) and “diabetic retinopathy” were used to search for
obesity 8227 excluded for different reasons. Two articles[[10],[12]] calculated the total effect of overweight and obesity together instead of their separate effects. A case-control study[[13]] only reported the unadjusted
obesity 9130 Fig. 2, neither being overweight (OR = 0.89, 95% CI 0.75–1.07; P = .21; I2 = 65%) nor obesity (OR = 0.97, 95% CI 0.73–1.30; P = .86; I2 = 72%) were associated with an increased risk
obesity 11065 BMI = body mass index, SE = standard error.Discussion4As shown in a systematic analysis,[[52]] obesity has become a major global health challenge because of the increasing prevalence of obesity worldwide.
obesity 11156 analysis,[[52]] obesity has become a major global health challenge because of the increasing prevalence of obesity worldwide. From 1980 to 2013, the proportion of overweight and obese people increased to 36.9% for men
obesity 11870 to evaluate the association between BMI and DR. In our meta-analysis, neither being overweight nor obesity conferred an increased risk of DR. This was consistent with the previous studies[[57]] where BMI was
obesity 12352 caution.To date, very few mechanisms have accounted for the neutral association between BMI and DR. Perhaps obesity has both protective and adverse effects on the risk of DR. Elevated BMI may confer a protective effect
obesity 13580 its adverse and protective effects.In contrast to BMI, which is an index for measuring generalized obesity , WHR is used to assess abdominal obesity. There may be some differences in the associations between
obesity 13621 contrast to BMI, which is an index for measuring generalized obesity, WHR is used to assess abdominal obesity . There may be some differences in the associations between WHR or BMI and DR. A study[[27]] evaluating
obesity 13833 the risk of DR in an obese population based on BMI and WHR showed an increased risk in the abdominal obesity group but not in the generalized obesity group. The mechanisms underlying the detrimental WHR-DR association
obesity 13874 based on BMI and WHR showed an increased risk in the abdominal obesity group but not in the generalized obesity group. The mechanisms underlying the detrimental WHR-DR association were not defined; however, the high
obesity 15138 demonstrated that elevated BMI did not increase the risk of DR. However, since being overweight and obesity are risk factors for multiple diseases, it is still imperative to maintain a healthy weight. Notably,
obesity 15292 still imperative to maintain a healthy weight. Notably, since BMI is an index to assess generalized obesity , other anthropometric measurement indexes (e.g., WHR and WC) should also be used to explore the association
obesity 15416 anthropometric measurement indexes (e.g., WHR and WC) should also be used to explore the association between obesity and DR. Furthermore, longitudinal studies based on different anthropometric measurement indexes are

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