Metabolic Implications of Surgical Fat Removal: Increase of Adiponectin Plasma Levels After Reduction Mammaplasty and Abdominoplasty.

@article{Vinci2016MetabolicIO,
  title={Metabolic Implications of Surgical Fat Removal: Increase of Adiponectin Plasma Levels After Reduction Mammaplasty and Abdominoplasty.},
  author={Valeriano Vinci and Serenella Valaperta and Marco Klinger and Alessandro Montanelli and Claudia Specchia and Davide Forcellini and Luca Maione and Francesco Maria Klinger and Fabio Caviggioli},
  journal={Annals of plastic surgery},
  year={2016},
  volume={76 6},
  pages={700-4}
}
Recent studies tried to identify new indicators of risk in the development of insulin resistance, cardiovascular disease, and metabolic syndrome; recently, breast size has been proposed as a new measure of risk for type 2 diabetes mellitus in women. To understand the role of breast adipose tissue and subcutaneous adipose tissue in lipidic and glucose metabolism, we decided to evaluate the variation on levels of adiponectin in plasma and other well-known metabolic markers before and after… CONTINUE READING
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