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BMI for different PCOS Phenotypes

A graph comparing the BMI for PCOS probands and their sisters exhibiting different PCOS phenotypes. PCOS probands and PCOS sisters had elevated BMI levels compared to hyperandrogenic sisters and those sisters who were unaffected. These results indicate that the BMI decreased as the phenotype improved and hence BMI or adiposity may play an important role in PCOS development. Constructed by student z3459224.

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