- •Cumulative burden of abnormal VAI was associated with step-wise higher risk of hyperuricemia.
- •Cumulative number of total abnormal VAI components showed an incremental association with the risk of hyperuricemia.
- •Cumulative burden of each abnormal VAI component showed a positive association with the risk of hyperuricemia.
- •Among the four components, elevated TG had the greatest increase in hyperuricemia risk.
- •The effect of cumulative burden of abnormal VAI and its components was more pronounced in females compared with males.
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