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Table 3 The relationship between types of alcohol, consumption, liver steatosis, and fibrosis

From: A cross-sectional study of alcohol consumption and alcoholic liver disease in Beijing: based on 74,998 community residents

  N Liver steatosis (%) χ2 Liver fibrosis (%) χ2
< 240 ≥240   < 12.96 ≥12.96  
Alcoholintake     χ2 = 10.23
P = 0.02
   χ2 = 1.84
P = 0.60
  < 20 5597 3308(59.10) 2289(40.92)   5450(97.37) 147(2.63)  
 20~ 3233 1897(58.68) 1336(41.32)   3145(97.28) 88(2.72)  
 40~ 2163 1252(57.88) 911(42.12)   2104(97.27) 59(2.73)  
  ≥ 60 2607 1446(55.47) 1161(44.53)   2525(96.75) 82(3.15)  
Types of alcohol     χ2 = 29.72
P = 0.00
   χ2 = 8.75
P = 0.06
 Beer 1849 1145(61.93) 704(38.07)   1805(97.62) 44(2.38)  
 Grape wine 348 234(67.24) 114(32.76)   345(99.14) 3(0.86)  
 Rice wine 51 35(68.63) 16(31.37)   51(100.00) 0(0.00)  
 Weak spirits 4565 2596(56.87) 1969(43.13)   4424(96.91) 141(3.09)  
 Strong spirits 6784 3892(57.37) 2892(42.63)   6596(97.23) 188(2.77)