TITLE

Does adipocyte hypercellularity in obesity exist?

AUTHOR(S)
Jung, R.T.; Gurr, M.I.; Robinson, M.P.; James, W.P.T.
PUB. DATE
July 1978
SOURCE
British Medical Journal;7/29/1978, Vol. 2 Issue 6133, p319
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Examines the existence of adipocyte hypercellularity in obese person. Calculation of the fat cells in obese patients; Basis of the omental fat cells; Unreliability on the diagnosis of hyperplastic obesity.
ACCESSION #
5077635

 

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