The relationship of omental and subcutaneous adipocyte size to metabolic disease in severe obesity.
Cawood, Tom J
AffiliationObesity Research Group, Education and Research Centre, St Vincent's University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland. firstname.lastname@example.org
Body Mass Index
Metabolic Syndrome X
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CitationThe relationship of omental and subcutaneous adipocyte size to metabolic disease in severe obesity. 2010, 5 (4):e9997 PLoS ONE
AbstractMetabolically healthy individuals are a distinct subgroup of the severely obese. Both subcutaneous and omental adipocyte size correlated positively with the degree of fatty liver, but only omental adipocyte size was related to metabolic health, and possibly progression from hepatic steatosis to fibrosis.
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