Dual Photon Absorptiometry in Obesity: Effects of Massive Weight Loss
Obesity is associated with increases in fat-free mass (FFM) and organ sizes, in addition to body fat (BF). Several studies show increased bone mass in extreme obesity, but data are conflicting (Steiniche et al., 1986).
KeywordsBone Density Morbid Obesity Bone Mineral Content Obese Woman Lean Body Mass
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