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  1. ... stain soon fades away ; the power to reduce adipose tissue 646 WORLD'S HOMCEOPATHIC CONGRESS. is not destroyed though somewhat decreased. This latter fact caused me to inquire further ...
  2. ... off; the subcutaneous cellular tissue disappears, and the adipose tissue is entirely absorbed; the flesh feels flabby; the muscles become much decreased in size, and Avhen the partial emaciation or ...
  3. NLM Digital Collections - The scope of pathology in the German Wehrmacht 
    Publication: [England?] : Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee, [not before October 1945]
    ... contained only 120-200 mg$. In the subcutaneous adipose tissue there was a comparable loss, and even the musculature showed a decreased chloride content. In severe cases of bacillary dysentery, ...
  4. NLM Digital Collections - Abridged Index medicus : specimen fasciculus 
    Publication: Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, 1965
    ... of meals. Its relation to overweight, hypercholesterolaemia, and decreased ... into rat Uver and adipose tissue In vivo. Goldman JK, et al. MetaboUsm 13: ...
  5. ... Fullenkamp AM, Wilson LA, et al. Relationship between adipose tissue insulin resistance and liver histology in nonalcoholic steatohepatitis: ... obesity: role of type 2 diabetes mellitus and adipose tissue distribution. European Journal of Clinical Investigation. 2011; 41 ( ...
  6. ... eligible 112458129. Language: Effect of Bariatric Surgery on Adipose Tissue Glucose Metabolism in Different Depots in Patients With ... not medicare eligible 0 Fatty acid composition of adipose tissue triglycerides in obese diabetic women after bariatric surgery: ...
  7. ... a condition characterized by painful folds of fatty (adipose) tissue or the growth of multiple noncancerous (benign) fatty ... others it is continuous. Movement or pressure on adipose tissue or lipomas can make the pain worse. In ...
  8. ... LINEAGE. Tree locations: Adipocytes A11.329.114.125 Adipose Tissue, Beige Brown fat-like adipose tissue that develops in WHITE ADIPOSE TISSUE from non- ...
  9. ... affects the skin and the subjacent cellular and adipose tissues, and generally termi- nates in suppuration, and even ... if losing (probably by the pressure) what the adipose tissue gains, become attenuated and flabby. Sometimes, how- ever, ...
  10. ... bring the oily matter stored up in the adipose tissue within the sphere of the nutritive operations (�� 465); ... epithelium. 4. Tissues which retain the primitive cellu- Adipose tissue.���Cartilage.���Gray lar structure as their permanent character. ...
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