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A simple model based index of abdominal adiposity / R Valdez.-- pp.955-956.-- En: Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.-- 44, 9 (1991)
INDICES   MODELOS MATEMATICOS   TEJIDO ADIPOSO   ABDOMEN   OBESIDAD   ANTROPOMETRIA   PREDICCIONES   METABOLISMO
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Dolor recurrente en la niñez .-- pp.16 p..-- En: IV Congreso Iberoamericano de gastroenterologia pediatrica y nutricion.-- 10 (1998)
NIÑO   ABDOMEN   DOLOR   ENFERMEDAD   CONGRESOS   ENFERMEDAD CRONICA
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3/15
Growth in utero and serum cholesterol concentrations in adult life / DJP Barker; CN Martyn; C Osmond.-- p.1524-1527.-- En: British Medical Journal.-- 307, 6918 (1993)
ABDOMEN   APOLIPOPROTEINAS   PESO AL NACER   INDICE DE MASA CORPORAL   COLESTEROL   FACTORES DE CONFUSION   EPIDEMIOLOGIA   DESARROLLO FETAL   ESTUDIOS DE SEGUIMIENTO   HIPERCOLESTEROLEMIA   LIPOPROTEINAS DEL COLESTEROL LDL   MEDIA EDAD
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Ultrasonic recognition of two types of growth retardation by measurement of four fetal dimensions / A Kurjak; V Latin; J Polak.-- p.102-108.-- En: Journal of Perinatal Medicine.-- 6, 2 (1978)
ABDOMEN   ANTROPOMETRIA   PUNTAJE DE APGAR   CEFALOMETRIA   RETARDO DEL CRECIMIENTO FETAL   RECIEN NACIDO   EMBARAZO   ULTRASONIDO
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Longitudinal distance standards of fetal growth. Intrauterine and Infant Longitudinal Growth Study: IILGS / E Di Battista; E Bertino; L Benso; C Fabris; G Aicardi; M Pagliano; A Bossi; P De Biasio; S Milani.-- p.165-173.-- En: Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica.-- 79, 3 (2000)
ABDOMEN   FEMUR   DESARROLLO FETAL   CABEZA   ESTUDIOS LONGITUDINALES   EMBARAZO   VALORES DE REFERENCIA   ULTRASONOGRAFIA PRENATAL
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Fetal growth velocity: kinetic, clinical, and biological aspects / E Bertino; E Di Battista; A Bossi; M Pagliano; C Fabris; G Aicardi; S Milani.-- p. F10-F15.-- En: Archives of Disease in Childhood: Fetal and Neonatal Edition.-- 74, 1 (1996)
ABDOMEN   ANTROPOMETRIA   FEMUR   DESARROLLO FETAL   EDAD GESTACIONAL   CABEZA   RECIEN NACIDO   CINETICA   ESTUDIOS LONGITUDINALES   EMBARAZO   VALORES DE REFERENCIA   ULTRASONOGRAFIA PRENATAL
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Prediction of birthweight by fetal ultrasound biometry / DA Nzeh; S Rimmer; WM Moore; L Hunt.-- p.987-989.-- En: The British Journal of Radiology.-- 65, 779 (1992)
ABDOMEN   ADOLESCENCIA   ADULTO   BIOMETRIA   PESO AL NACER   FEMUR   EDAD GESTACIONAL   CABEZA   RECIEN NACIDO   EMBARAZO   ULTRASONOGRAFIA PRENATAL
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Fat cell metabolism in different regions in women. Effect of menstrual cycle, pregnancy, and lactation / M Rebuffe Scrive; L Enk; N Crona; P Lonnroth; L Abrahamsson; U Smith; P Bjorntorp.-- p.1973-1976.-- En: The Journal of Clinical Investigation.-- 75, 6 (1985)
ABDOMEN   TEJIDO ADIPOSO   ADULTO   GLICEROL   HORMONAS   LACTANCIA   PIERNA   MOVILIZACION LIPIDICA   LIPOPROTEINA LIPASA   MENSTRUACION   EMBARAZO
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Fatty acid composition of adipose tissue in humans: differences between subcutaneous sites / GT Malcom; AK Bhattacharyya; M Velez Duran; MA Guzman; MC Oalmann; JP Strong.-- p.288-291.-- En: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.-- 50, 2 (1989)
ABDOMEN   TEJIDO ADIPOSO   NALGAS   CROMATOGRAFIA DE GASES   ESTUDIO COMPARATIVO   ACIDOS GRASOS   IONIZACION DE LLAMA   MEDIA EDAD
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10/15
Whole-body and adipose tissue glucose metabolism in response to short-term fasting in lean and obese women / JF Horowitz; SW Coppack; S Klein.-- p.517-522.-- En: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.-- 73, 3 (2001)
ABDOMEN   TEJIDO ADIPOSO   ADULTO   GLUCOSA DE LA SANGRE   METABOLISMO ENERGETICO   AYUNO   GLUCOSA   INSULINA   CINETICA   LEPTINA   OBESIDAD   FLUJO SANGUINEO REGIONAL   FACTORES DE TIEMPO
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    Alterations in glucose metabolism during early fasting may be an important trigger of the hormonal and metabolic responses to fasting. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to determine whether glucose metabolism in response to brief starvation differs in lean and abdominally obese women. DESIGN: We evaluated whole-body glucose metabolism by use of stable-isotope tracer methods and glucose uptake in subcutaneous abdominal adipose tissue by use of arteriovenous balance in 7 lean [58 +/- 2 kg; body mass index (BMI; in kg/m(2)): 21 +/- 5] and 6 abdominally obese (96 +/- 2 kg; BMI: 36 +/- 1) women after 14 and 22 h of fasting. RESULTS: Between 14 and 22 h of fasting, whole-body glucose production and disposal declined in both groups (P < 0.05), but the reduction was 50% greater in lean than in obese women (P < 0.05). The decline in glucose uptake at 22 h of fasting was also lower in obese (0.11 +/- 0.04 micromol*100 g(-1) x min(-1)) than in lean (0.26 +/- 0.03 micromol x 100 g(-1) x min(-1)) women (P < 0.05). Decreases in plasma insulin and leptin concentrations between 14 and 22 h of fasting were also lower in obese than in lean women (insulin: 20 +/- 3% and 32 +/- 5%; leptin: 18 +/- 3% and 37 +/- 6%; both P < 0.05). CONCLUSIONS: The normal decline in glucose production and uptake that occurs during early fasting is blunted in women with abdominal obesity. These alterations in glucose metabolism are associated with a blunted decline in circulating concentrations of both insulin and leptin, which may explain some of the differences in the metabolic response to fasting observed between lean and abdominally obese persons.-

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11/15
Abdominal obesity and the hypertriglyceridaemic waist phenotype / P Little; CD Byrne.-- pp. 687-689.-- En: British Medical Journal.-- 322, 7288 (2001)
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ABDOMEN   TEJIDO ADIPOSO   CONSTITUCION CORPORAL   INDICE DE MASA CORPORAL   CORONARIOPATIA   DIABETES MELLITUS TIPO II   FEMENINO   HUMANO   HIPERTRIGLICERIDEMIA   MASCULINO   TAMIZAJE MASIVO   OBESIDAD   FACTORES DE RIESGO   SENSIBILIDAD Y ESPECIFICIDAD
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The development of waist circumference percentiles in British children aged 5.0-16.9 y / HD McCarthy; KV Jarrett; HF Crawley.-- pp. 902-7.-- En: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.-- 55, 10 (2001)
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ANTROPOMETRIA   ABDOMEN   VALORES DE REFERENCIA   CIRCUNFERENCIA DE CINTURA
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    OBJECTIVE: To develop waist circumference percentile curves for British children and to compare these curves with those from other countries. DESIGN: Cross-sectional study. SETTING: School-aged population. SUBJECTS: A representative sample of school children from the geographical regions of Great Britain, approximately in proportion to their age distribution. The sample population consisted of 8355 children (3585 males, 4770 females) with ages ranging between 5.0 and 16.9 y. INTERVENTIONS: Waist circumferences were measured with a flexible non-elastic tape and waist circumference percentiles were constructed and smoothed using the LMS method. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Smoothed waist circumference percentile curves. RESULTS: Mean waist circumference increased with age in both boys and girls. For girls, curves began to plateau after the age of 13 y whereas, for boys, waist percentile curves continued to increase more sharply after this age....Continua.

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Endocrine-metabolic pattern and adipose tissue distribution / P Marin; P Bjorntorp.-- pp. 81-85.-- En: Hormone Research.-- 39, Suppl 3 (1993)
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ABDOMEN   TEJIDO ADIPOSO   COMPOSICION CORPORAL   FEMENINO   HORMONA DEL CRECIMIENTO   HUMANO   HIPOTALAMO   MASCULINO   SISTEMAS NEUROSECRETORES   OBESIDAD   HORMONAS SEXUALES
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    The associations between cardiovascular disease (CVD), non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) and abdominal fat distribution are well established. The most important adipose tissue depot in this context is probably the mass of intra-abdominal adipose tissue which has been found to be associated with CVD, NIDDM and their established metabolic risk factors. This type of adipose tissue distribution is also associated with multiple endocrine aberrations, probably comprising an increased responsiveness of the hypothalamo-adrenal axis and a parallel or secondary decreased activity of the hypothalamic-gonadal axis. Epidemiological studies in both men and women indicate that this may be a consequence of psychological stress. Recently, indirect evidence for decreased production of growth hormone in this condition has also been recognized. These multiple and interrelated abnormalities comprise a syndrome where the primary disturbance could be localized to the hypothalamus and the main peripheral consequences would be metabolic effects on the mass and function of intra-abdominal adipose tissue. This in turn, probably by the effects of elevated concentrations of portal free fatty acid levels on the liver, could result in insulin resistance and other metabolic risk factors known to be strongly associated with CVD and NIDDM.

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Obstrucción intestinal por hematoma subseroso de la primera porción del yuyeno: a propósito de un caso / HP de Soto; HS Soto.-- pp. 43-53.-- En: Archivos Venezolanos de Puericultura y Pediatría.-- 39, 1 (1976)
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Body mass index, waist circumference, and clustering of cardiovascular disease risk factors in a biracial sample of children and adolescents / PT Katzmarzyk; SR Srinivasan; W Chen; RM Malina; C Bouchard; GS Berenson.-- pp. e198-205.-- En: Pediatrics.-- 114, 2 (2004)
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ENFERMEDADES CARDIOVASCULARES   ABDOMEN   INDICE DE MASA CORPORAL   FACTORES DE RIESGO   NIÑO   PREESCOLAR   CIRCUNFERENCIA DE CINTURA
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    OBJECTIVE: To derive optimal body mass index (BMI) and waist circumference thresholds for children and adolescents, to predict risk factor clustering. DESIGN: Cross-sectional receiver operating characteristic curve analysis. SETTING: The Bogalusa Heart Study, a community-based study of cardiovascular disease risk factors in early life. PARTICIPANTS: A total of 2597 black and white children and adolescents, 5 to 18 years of age, who were examined between 1992 and 1994. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: The presence or absence of > or =3 age-adjusted risk factors (low high-density lipoprotein cholesterol level, high low-density lipoprotein cholesterol level, high triglyceride level, high glucose level, high insulin level, and high blood pressure) was predicted from age-adjusted BMI and waist circumference values. RESULTS: The areas under the receiver operating characteristic curves were significantly different from 0.5 for both BMI and waist circumference for all gender/race groups, ranging from 0.73 to 0.82. The optimal BMI thresholds were at the 53rd and 50th percentiles for white and black male subjects, respectively, and at the 57th and 51st percentiles for white and black female subjects, respectively. Similarly, the optimal waist circumference thresholds were at the 56th and 50th percentiles for white and black male subjects, respectively, and at the 57th and 52nd percentiles for white and black female subjects, respectively. The sensitivity and specificity at the thresholds were similar for all gender/race groups, ranging from 67% to 75%. CONCLUSIONS: The use of BMI and waist circumference for the prediction of risk factor clustering among children and adolescents has significant clinical utility. In this sample, race and gender differences in the optimal thresholds were minimal.

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