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  • Discrepancies Between BMI and Classic Cardiovascular Risk Factors. [Journal Article]
  • OSObes Surg 2018 Jun 21
  • van Mil SR, Vijgen GHEJ, … Castro Cabezas M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Markers of inflammation are strongest related to BMI in obese subjects, most likely due to increased adipose tissue mass, while cardiovascular risk factors do not seem to deteriorate above a certain BMI level. Limited expansion capacity of visceral adipose tissue may explain these findings.
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