Obesity is the primary target for prevention and treatment as elevated serum concentration of lipid in obese subjects may lead to severe disturbances (lipotoxicity) and inevitable metabolic disorder
. Adipose tissue is the main organ for lipid storage; however, excess calories will change endocrine functions of adipocytes and the ectopic fat accumulation in peripheral tissues, such as liver, skeletal muscle, pancreatic [beta]-cells, and kidney , will lead to lipotoxic stress and low-grade inflammation, accompanied by metabolic disorder
(1) National Centre for Inherited Metabolic Disorders
, Temple Street Children's University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
Keywords: Cirrhosis, Biopsy, Liver, Metabolic disorders
. (JPMA 67: 266; 2017)
A very few hospitals in India have been doing Newborn Screening for metabolic disorders
. Cloudnine Hospitals are among those few hospitals that have been doing this.
"A " At this party, we can see all these"A" At this party, we can see all these children with metabolic disorders
running around with big smiles on their faces.
She suffers from a debilitating metabolic disorder
Led by diagnostic services managing director Dr Jamal Golbahar of non-profit Al Jawhara Centre for Genetic Diagnosis and Research, it aims to find out the predominant genetic and metabolic disorders
in Bahrain and encourage the government to introduce a mandatory newborn screening programme.
Receiving a report resulting from such screening is the worst nightmare for a pediatrician--an alphabet soup of metabolic disorders
and lab tests that require a sophisticated clinical Garmin or TomTom GPS system to navigate.
The analysis showed that all components of metabolic disorder
except high blood pressure were more common in the SMD group than in the control group.
Amgen says Cinacalcet HCI represents a potentially significant advance in the treatment of CHD patients diagnosed with SHPT, a common yet serious metabolic disorder
where parathyroid hormone levels are elevated.
The sudden deaths of a mother's three babies were likely to have been caused by an acute metabolic disorder
and not suffocation, a leading expert in sudden infant death told a court yesterday.
Under cross-examination by Paul Dunkels QC, Professor Fleming said that it was likely to be the same metabolic disorder
that had afflicted all three of Patel's children.