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Gender-specific prevalence of weak grip strength based on T-scores of −2 and −2.5.

By Richard M. Dodds (669378), Holly E. Syddall (669379), Rachel Cooper (188902), Michaela Benzeval (148855), Ian J. Deary (107724), Elaine M. Dennison (153268), Geoff Der (127274), Catharine R. Gale (308293), Hazel M. Inskip (141248), Carol Jagger (17435), Thomas B. Kirkwood (669380), Debbie A. Lawlor (95270), Sian M. Robinson (141258), John M. Starr (107707), Andrew Steptoe (36331), Kate Tilling (213507), Diana Kuh (188923), Cyrus Cooper (141250) and Avan Aihie Sayer (188916)


<p>Values shown in brackets are the gender-specific cut-off values calculated by subtracting the relevant number of standard deviations (2 or 2.5) from the young adult peak mean.</p

Topics: Biological Sciences, age 80. Sensitivity analyses, measurement, dynamometer type, British Studies IntroductionEpidemiological studies, life course, centile values, grip strength, 2.5 SDs
Year: 2014
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0113637.g002
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