Do "anorectic" drugs produce weight loss by appetite suppression?


A peripheral action on glucose metabolism may play an improtant part in the weight loss associated with treatment with some antiobesity drugs such as fenfluramine and mazindol. In therapeutic concentrations these agents increase glucose uptake into animal and human skeletal muscle. This action is distinct from their effects on central transmitters and from… (More)


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