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The quantity of the main lipid classes in hepatic tissue has been determined via thin layer chromatography on silica gel, the tissue obtained by blind hepatic biopsy in 20 patients with diabetes mellitus and obesity and in a control group of 5 patients with no hepatic disease. A considerable increase of lipid in liver was established in the patients with(More)
The efforts of the dietitians have lately been directed to elaboration of super low energy diets for the treatment of obese patients. A low energy variant of diet No 8 of Pevzner of 2512.2 kJ (600 kcal) daily has been tried in a group of 66 patients with obesity, degree II and III. The duration of that king of dietary treatment lasted 10-14 days under(More)
The frequency of diabetes mellitus was studied in all 150 registered patients suffering from porphyria cutanea tarda in Bulgaria. To 63 of the patients an oral glucose tolerance test was performed according to the criteria of the Diabetic Committee of the WHO (1979). Diabetes mellitus was found in 9 patients--6% which is considerably above the mean(More)
The characteristic signs of Pickwickian syndrome are the high degree of obesity and cardiovascular and respiratory insufficiency, to various degrees. Forty five patients with Pickwickian syndrome were treated at the Clinic of Metabolic Diseases. They represent 3.4 per cent of the total number of patients with obesity of various degrees, observed and(More)
25 patients with various degree of obesity treated with a very low-caloric diet (Dresden diet) were followed up dynamically. By an average clinical stay of 22 days a satisfactory reduction of the body mass with mean 6.6 kg was achieved at mean reduction of the body mass index from 34 to 31. The blood sugar level, immunoreactive insulin in the course of the(More)
Ultrastructural investigation of lipocytes of obese diabetics (Diabetes mellitus) before and after treatment with a reducing diet 21 diabetics not depending on insulin with obesity of the second or third degree were given for 3 months a reducing diet containing 5110 kJ/day (86 g protein, 41 g fat, 119 g carbohydrates). After treatment the test persons had a(More)
To a group of 40 diabetic patients and obesity, a treatment was conducted by dietetic regimen of maximum restriction of the daily calories, from 3352 to 5028 kilojoules (800 to 1200 kilocal) according to obesity degree. Prior to treatment, only 10 per cent of the patients were with compensated diabetes. The treatment in 10 per cent of them was only a diet(More)
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