Ectopic and serum lipid levels are positively associated with bone marrow fat in obesity.

@article{Bredella2013EctopicAS,
  title={Ectopic and serum lipid levels are positively associated with bone marrow fat in obesity.},
  author={Miriam A. Bredella and Corey M Gill and Anu V. Gerweck and Melissa G Landa and Vidhya Kumar and Scott M. Daley and Martin P Torriani and Karen Klahr Miller},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={269 2},
  pages={
          534-41
        }
}
PURPOSE To investigate the associations between ectopic and serum lipid levels and bone marrow fat, as a marker of stem cell differentiation, in young obese men and women, with the hypothesis that ectopic and serum lipid levels would be positively associated with bone marrow fat. MATERIALS AND METHODS The study was institutional review board approved and complied with HIPAA guidelines. Written informed consent was obtained. The study group comprised 106 healthy young men and women (mean age… CONTINUE READING
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