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05) in abdominally obese category as compared to the normal ones except HDL that was significantly lowered in raised WC group (Table-2).
Eighty percent of operations performed both by gynecologists and urologists were performed abdominally
In my experience, I have found more abdominally retained testicles further down in the abdomen," she says.
In accordance, it was shown that GH administration has reduced abdominal fat in the abdominally obese men (18) and might improve social presentation of appearance (14).
In conclusion, over-weight and abdominally obese male population cohort from local Pakistani populations with hyperglycemia, dyslipidemia and pre-hypertension, seem at higher risk of developing MetS.
Combined Use of Waist and Hip Circumference to Identify Abdominally Obese HIV-Infected Patients at Increased Health Risk.
Gynaecologist perform hysterectomy through different routes like abdominally, vaginally or laproscopically.
6% (n=14) were classified as abdominally obese at the start of the freshman year.
Orally or abdominally injected LPS can increase the production of pro-inflammatory mediators, induce inappropriate inflammatory responses and oxidative stress (Hou et al.
While the majority of these operations are still performed abdominally, MIS procedures are on the rise, with 9.
By comparing the groups in terms of BMI and waist circumference (Table 2) it is evident that all the groups with obese and abdominally obese patients received radiation doses higher than the normal weight group.
Their major findings showed very similar results whether the hysterectomy was performed abdominally or laparoscopically with morcellation.
Effect of long-term treatment with metformin added to hypocaloric diet on body composition, fat distribution, and androgen and insulin levels in abdominally obese women with and without the polycystic ovary syndrome.
31,32) The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2007-2010 showed that adults who are abdominally obese (waist circumference [greater than or equal to] 102 cm [40 inches] for men and [greater than or equal to] 88 cm [35 inches] for women) were more likely to be hypertensive (odds ratio [OR], 1.