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88 257 262 Earls, F.: Prevalence of the metabolic syndrome defined by the International Diabetes Federation Among Adults in the U

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Authors: Eszter Madarász, Gyula Tamás, Gy. Ádám Tabák, János Szalay, and Zsuzsa Kerényi

–2497. Zimmet, P., Alberti, G., Shaw, J.: A new IDF worldwide definition of the metabolic syndrome: the rationale and the results. Diabet. Voice, 2005, 50 , 31–33. Shaw J. A new IDF

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–1536 (2007) Ahmed LA, Schirmer H, Berntsen GK, Fønnebø V, Joakimsen RM: Features of the metabolic syndrome and the risk of non-vertebral fractures: The Tromsø study. Osteoporos. Int. 17, 426–432 (2006) Joakimsen R

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Authors: Boldizsár Horváth, Lajos Kovács, Mária Riba, György Farkas, Tamás Bödecs, and József Bódis

1414 1431 Editorial: The metabolic syndrome. Br. Med. J., 2003, 327 , 61–62. Grundy, S. M., Brewer, H. B., Cleeman, J. I

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people with metabolic syndrome. Diabetes Care, 2007, 30 , 1219–1225. Sullivan L. M. Impact of insulin resistance on risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease in people

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62 32 37 McEvoy, J. P., Meyer, J. M., Goff, D. C. és mtsai: Prevalence of the metabolic syndrome in patients with schizophrenia

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Physiology International
Authors: A Zlibut, IC Bocsan, RM Pop, SC Vesa, K Bheecarry, R Revnic, B Cojan-Minzat, S Lupu, AD Buzoianu, and L Agoston-Coldea

Introduction Metabolic syndrome (MetS) represents a cluster of risk factors, including hypertension, dyslipidemia, elevated plasma glucose, and central obesity ( 7 , 25 ), with a prevalence of 20%–25% in adults ( 7 ). MetS

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Authors: Katalin Csép, Márta Vitay, Gyöngyi Dudutz, László Rosivall, and László Korányi

2004 4 442 448 Groop, L.: Genetics of the metabolic syndrome. Br. J. Nutr., 2000, 83 , S39–S48

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Cowey, S., Hardy, R. W.: The metabolic syndrome A: High-risk state for cancer? Am. J. Pathol., 2006, 169 , 1505–1522. Hardy R. W. The metabolic syndrome A: High-risk state for

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Authors: György Jermendy, Levente Littvay, Rita Steinbach, Ádám Jermendy, Ádám Tárnoki, Dávid Tárnoki, Júlia Métneki, and János Osztovits

2001 285 2486 2497 Alberti, K. G. M. M., Zimmet, P., Shaw, J.: The metabolic syndrome – a new worldwide

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