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Anthropometric Risk Factors for Metabolic Syndrome in HIV patients
OBJECTIVE: Metabolic syndrome, which affects the general population in epidemic proportions, is associated with a set of cardiovascular disease risk factors. The aims of this cross-sectional study were to determine the prevalence and investigate the risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome in outpatients living with HIV/AIDS using anthropometric and clinical evaluations. METHOD: The study was carried out on 253 HIV infected outpatients. Metabolic syndrome was classified according to thedoi:10.5935/medicalexpress.2016.04.05 fatcat:yfruljt5r5bk5au4jukk2cqcl4