anorectic


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a person suffering from anorexia nervosa

suffering from anorexia nervosa

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causing loss of appetite

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Anorectics have long represented a class of drugs coveted by all the involved competitors.
When fat mass increases, there will be an increase in anorectic messages going to the central nervous system in an attempt to restrain eating.
Finally Kyriazakis proposed the use of the individual genetic variation in pathogen-induced anorectic events in animal breeding to improve the animal's ability for coping with infection and to reduce the impact on food intake.
Items that cannot be prescribed and are pharmaceutical services not covered by the department include anorectic drugs or combinations including such drugs, biological and drugs available without charge from the Illinois Department of Public Health or other agencies, any vaccine, drug, or serum which is provided primarily for preventive purposes (e.
2) See, for instance, Jana Sterbak's "Vanitas: Flesh Dress for an Albino Anorectic," or, for a more fashionable version, see New York architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro's entry for the 2006 "Miss Meatpacking District"
Lu-Guang Luo, "Increased ATP Content/Production in the Hypothalamus May be a Signal for Energy-Sensing of Satiety: Studies of the Anorectic Mechanism of Plant Steroidal Glycoside," Brain Res.
Extremely obese individuals have high leptin levels, which is likely to reflect a state of leptin resistance, suggesting that they have reduced sensitivity to its anorectic and metabolic effects (1).
Clinically, animals of all groups were dull, depressed and partially anorectic for 1-2 days after operation.
Absence of anorectic effect to acute peripheral leptin treatment in adult rats whose mothers were malnourished during lactation.
From the torment a possible cycle of disappointment, depression, suicide, the anorectic or an addiction/substance abuse syndrome results.
Estrogen receptor beta is involved in the anorectic action of estrogen.
The absorption of the MA-CS formulation in the unfed state is a potential benefit for patients who are seriously anorectic.
New research is emerging that is combining foods that address satiation in a meal with composition addressing known factors such as fat content, alcohol, glycaemic index of carbohydrate foods, protein and fibre levels, energy density, volume, mineral content (notably calcium), and presence of thermogenic or anorectic compounds (e.
The effect of anticoagulant therapy in primary and anorectic drug-induced pulmonary hypertension.