tabagism


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tabacism, tabagism

addietion to tobacco; poisoning from excessive use of tobacco. Also tobaccoism.
See also: Drugs
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Its etiology is related to patient phototype and ethnicity [9, 22], lack of solar exposure [2,25], overclothing [2,25], lack of physical activity [26], low vitamin D and microelement intake (particularly magnesium) [8], high vitamin D storage in adipose tissue and muscle [27, 28], steatohepatitis [26], and tabagism [28].
Tabagism and its relation with social background, sports and use of alcohol and coffee among students at Vale do Sapucai University, Pouso Alegre, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Exclusion criteria were represented by liver insufficiency, serious renal disorders (serum creatinine > 2.8 mg/dL), acute cerebrovascular disease, acute myocardial infarction, deep venous thrombosis, tabagism, and ongoing therapy with antioxidants.
Tobacco dependence (tabagism) and possible coffee consumption dependence have already been widely discussed (Planeta and Cruz, 2003; Nehlig, 2004; Alves et al., 2009), as well as their repercussions in the human body.