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Adiposopathy or "sick fat" emerges when adipose tissue responds to positive caloric balance with pathogenic anatomic, endocrine, and immune responses that promote metabolic diseases such as type 2 diabetes mellitus, high blood pressure, and dyslipidemia.

   

Adiposopathy ("Sick Fat") and Its Relationship to Metabolic Disease

Definition: Adiposopathy ("sick fat") is defined as pathogenic anatomic adipose tissue changes that may occur with positive caloric balance, which results in pathophysiologic endocrine and immune responses that promote metabolic disease. Click on the topics below to view educational slides regarding sentinel adiposopathy references. Cl

Adiposopathy & Epidemilogy
Adiposopathy & Pathophysiology
Adiposopathy & Diabetes Mellitus
Adipsopathy & High Blood Pressure
Adiposopthy & Dyslipidemia
Adipospathy & Cardiovascular Disease
Adiposopathy & Cancer
Adiposopathy & Miscellaneous
Adiposopathy & Nutition
Adipsopathy & Physical Activity
Adiposopathy & Pharmacotherapy
Adiposopathy & Bariatric Surgery
Adiposopathy & Philosophy

 

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