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Decrease in insulin resistance has a key role in improvement of metabolic profile during intragastric balloon treatment

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Mirošević, G., Nikolić, M., Kruljac, I. et al. Decrease in insulin resistance has a key role in improvement of metabolic profile during intragastric balloon treatment. Endocrine 45, 331–334 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12020-013-0069-x

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Keywords

  • Growth Hormone
  • Metabolic Profile
  • Ghrelin Level
  • Growth Hormone Level
  • Adipose Tissue Mass