Sarcopenia in rheumatoid cachexia : definition , mechanisms , clinical consequences and potential therapies

@inproceedings{Rocha2009SarcopeniaIR,
  title={Sarcopenia in rheumatoid cachexia : definition , mechanisms , clinical consequences and potential therapies},
  author={Oswaldo Melo da Rocha and Andr{\'e}a Batista and Nailza Maest{\'a} and Roberto Carlos Burini and I{\^e}da Maria Magalh{\~a}es Laurindo},
  year={2009}
}
Received on 12/2009/2008. Approved on 02/03/2009. We declare no conflict of interest. 1. Doctor and Professor of Rheumatology at UNESP 2. Assistant Professor of Rheumatology at UNESP 3. Doctor in Nutrition, Postdoctoral Student at CeMeNutri at UNESP 4. Full Professor, Department of Public Health, responsible for CeMeNutri at UNESP 5. Professor Doctor of Rheumatology at FMUSP Correspondence to: Cristiane kayser, Rua Botucatu, 740 3° andar, São Paulo, SP, Zip Code 04023-062. E-mail: criskayser… CONTINUE READING

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