lipidosis


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Noun1.lipidosis - a disorder of lipid metabolism; abnormal levels of certain fats accumulate in the body
metabolic disorder - a disorder or defect of metabolism
abetalipoproteinemia - a rare inherited disorder of fat metabolism; characterized by severe deficiency of beta-lipoproteins and abnormal red blood cells (acanthocytes) and abnormally low cholesterol levels
Gaucher's disease - a rare chronic disorder of lipid metabolism of genetic origin
Niemann-Pick disease - a disorder of lipid metabolism that is inherited as an autosomal recessive trait
infantile amaurotic idiocy, Sachs disease, Tay-Sachs, Tay-Sachs disease - a hereditary disorder of lipid metabolism occurring most frequently in individuals of Jewish descent in eastern Europe; accumulation of lipids in nervous tissue results in death in early childhood
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lipidosis, lipoidosis

n. trastorno metabólico de almacenamiento de grasas en los órganos tal como en el vaso o el hígado.
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Weight loss is highly recommended for overweight cats--discuss a proper weight loss plan with your veterinarian to avoid complications such as hepatic lipidosis, which may occur with rapid weight loss (see "Fat Cats--Obesity Isn't Fun or Healthy," December 2017).
Hypercholesterolemia and dyslipidemia in captive psittacine birds have been associated with several disorders, including atherosclerosis, hepatic lipidosis, hepatic disease, pancreatic disease, cardiovascular disease, reproductive diseases, obesity, and xanthomas.
High consumption of erucic acid is well known to cause cardiac lipidosis which is due to poor b-oxidation of erucic acid in mitochondria thereby contributing to the accumulation and retention of cardiac lipid (EFSA Panel on Contaminants in the Food Chain et al.).
Other lesions found included moderate multifocal chronic lymphoplasmacytic interstitial nephritis, diffuse hepatic mild lipidosis, erosive glossitis and focal orthokeratotic hyperkeratosis.
Decreases in myofibrillar protein quantity and functionality, potentially due to fibrosis and lipidosis, were suggested to be the responsive keys for the impairment [20,25].
Los valores reducidos de TG hallados corresponden con la demanda metabolica a la que estuvieron sometidos los animales, pues mientras que en la presente investigacion se encontraron valores de AGNES entre 0,12 y 0,23 mM a lo largo de los periodos de muestreo (Tabla 5), otros autores reportaron que los valores de AGNES tuvieron una alta correlacion (0,616; p < 0.05) con el grado de infiltracion de trigliceridos hepaticos y solo observaron algun grado de lipidosis con valores de AGNES superiores a 0,25 mM (Kalaitzakis et al.
Changes in nutritional and metabolic status during the periparturient period predispose dairy cattle to develop hepatic lipidosis and ketosis.
Cumings, "Wolman's disease: a rare lipidosis with adrenal calcification," Archives of Disease in Childhood, vol.
It penetrates lysosomes and binds to cellular lipids producing a drug-induced lipidosis [8].
Fabry disease is a panethnic lipidosis first described in 1898 by Johannes Fabry and William Anderson.
One of the most significant differences was found between groups in erucic acid (C22:1n9) which could cause myocardial lipidosis in animals [24].