FEATURES OF SOME ANTHROPOMETRIC INDICES AND INDICES OF INSULIN RESISTANCE IN PATIENTS WITH NON-ALCOHOLIC STEATOHEPATITIS ON THE BACKGROUND OF OBESITY AND OSTEOARTHRITIS

Oksana S. Khukhlina, Oksana D. Liakhovych, Ludmila V. Kaniovska, Olena V. Kaushanska, Alona A. Antoniv, Vera O. Shuper
2020 Wiadomosci lekarskie (Warsaw, Poland : 1960)  
The aim: To estimate the diagnostic and predictive value of anthropometric indices indicating obesity and glycemic parameters in the progression of NASH due to comorbidity with OA and OB. Materials and methods: 90 patients were examined and distributed into three groups: group 1 included patients suffering from OA, grade II-III according to Kellgren and Lawrense classification, with normal body mass, group 2 -patients with NASH and obesity without OA, group 3 -patients with OA, NASH and
more » ... A, NASH and obesity. The control group consisted of 30 healthy individuals of the corresponding age. Results: There was a correlation between lipid and carbohydrate metabolism. This fact was confirmed by the evidence that under the influence of IR there was an increase in the level of lipoproteins enriched in triglycerides, the concentration of cholesterol of low density lipoprotein and reduction in level cholesterol of high density lipoprotein, which led to the progression of the clinical course of NASH. It was established that anthropometric indices of patients with comorbid flow of NASH, OA and OB were significantly (p <0.05) higher than in experimental groups. A positive correlation was found between some anthropometric indices and the following glycemic parameters: fasting blood glucose, HOMA-IR suggested that insulin resistance contributed to the growth of glycated compounds leading not only to the progression of NASH and affect the dysfunction of chondrocytes, but also influencing destruction of subchondral bone in osteoarthritis. Conclusions: The outcomes of the study result in the necessity of studying the metabolic status in patients with a comorbid progression of NASH, OB and OA for timely correction of the revealed disorders, which will reduce the run of NAFLD.
doi:10.36740/wlek202004123 fatcat:pzy652crhnfork6lxfymd74e5e