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Effects of obesity phenotype on coronary heart disease risk factors in response to weight loss



Effects of obesity phenotype on coronary heart disease risk factors in response to weight loss



Obesity Research 10(8): 757-766



Objective: To determine whether there is a difference in risk-factor improvement for coronary heart disease (CHD) between the intra-abdominal fat (IF) and subcutaneous fat (SF) obesity phenotypes after weight loss.

Accession: 003743685

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PMID: 12181384

DOI: 10.1038/oby.2002.103


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