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Bariatric Surgery and Male Reproductive Function

abnormalities in reproductive endocrine. In women, it can cause abnormal menstruation, polycystic ovary syndrome, and male obesity can cause secondary gonadal. Hypofunction (MOSH). MOSH is an endocrine

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  • 20 Mar, 2021
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Ovarian Reserve and Bariatric Surgery

polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). In this population, recent studies have demonstrated an increase of naturally conceived pregnancies following bariatric surgery. However, these studies have evaluated only

bariatric surgery
mullerian inhibiting substance
in vitro fertilization
sleeve gastrectomy
gastric bypass
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  • 19 Dec, 2021
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Polygenic Risk Score to Predict Weight Loss Intervention in Children With Obesity

Children with obesity are prone to suffering from metabolic diseases, which undoubtedly increases the burden of public health. Since obesity is a multiple gene disease, a comprehensive approach using polygenic risk scores (PRS), rather than individual genetic variant, may be a more appropriate method. The aim of the study was …

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  • 04 Oct, 2022
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Observation on Obesity Undergoing SOWI

Obesity becomes a worldwide chronic health problem, including China. Meta-analyses showed in recent years anti-obesity effects of Chinese herbal therapy (CHT) in overweight and obese patients. However, there are still few observational studies on its effect in patients undergoing CHT more than 6 months, or on its safety. This is …

body mass index
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  • 12 May, 2022
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Sleep, Obesity and Mental Disease - Biological Markers for the Evaluation of Circadian Rhythmicity (SOMBER)

Introduction 16.8% of the Danish adult population are obese (Body Mass Index> 30 kg / m2). Obesity increases the risk of lifestyle diseases such as type-2 diabetes and non-alcoholic fatty liver. People with mental illness have an increased risk of developing obesity. Both obesity and certain mental disorders (bipolar disorder …

depressive symptoms
diabetes
schizophrenia
melatonin
bipolar disorder
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  • 01 Jul, 2022
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