metabolism disorders

Translations

metabolism disorders

n. trastornos del metabolismo, tienen lugar cuando el organismo es deficiente en enzimas que metabolizan ciertas sustancias y eliminan sustancias dañinas o tóxicas;
amino acid metabolisim disorderstrastornos del metabolismo de amino ácido;
lipid metabolisim disorderstrastornos del metabolismo lípido, o de las grasas.
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Metabolic disorders commonly related to labyrinthine dysfunctions are glucose metabolism changes (diabetes, reactive hypoglycaemia and hyperinsulinaemia), [6,7,8] thyroid hormones [9] and lipid metabolism disorders.
His work is bringing new insight into how genes and toxicants interact and how that may lead to mental health disorders, chronic health issues, and metabolism disorders.
The Canadian Cardiovascular Society (CCS) has published an important update to its guidelines for the management of dyslipidemia - lipid metabolism disorders that can cause cardiovascular disease.
Fahr Syndrome must be considered for a definitive diagnosis in patients with nonspecific neuropsychiatric symptoms and accompanying calcium metabolism disorders in order to control serious morbidity and complications because of neurological damage.
A product with a different mechanism of action, cinacalcet, increases the sensitivity of the calcium-sensing receptor on the thyroid gland, which through a cascade of events prevents bone-related metabolism disorders.
The study found that obese participants who did not have glucose metabolism disorders had higher levels of vitamin D than diabetic participants.
The analysis found that obese subjects who did not have glucose metabolism disorders had higher levels of vitamin D than diabetic subjects.
Vitamin D plays a major role in bone metabolism disorders.
Of these, bone and mineral metabolism disorders are some of the most commonly treated and have significant impact on morbidity and mortality of patients.
Banzer said he would use exercise to treat cardiovascular complaints and metabolism disorders, noting that theyre responsible for about 70 per cent of the premature deaths in Germany, and for a large proportion of healthcare costs.
These endogenous human proteins act through a variety of receptor classes via mechanisms distinct from current pharmaceuticals and have potential applications in a number of therapeutic areas, ranging from hematology and immunology to metabolism disorders.