The term metabolic syndrome defines a cluster of risk factors for cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. This syndrome is very frequent in general population. However, despite the efforts to define the diagnostic criteria, nowadays its clinical utility is object of a lively debate.

Nugara, C., Fragapane, T., Corrado, E., Coppola, G., Novo, G., Balasus, F., et al. (2012). [Metabolic syndrome in children and in adults: is it an autonomous nosological entity?]. RECENTI PROGRESSI IN MEDICINA, 103(4), 158-163.

[Metabolic syndrome in children and in adults: is it an autonomous nosological entity?].

NUGARA, Cinzia;FRAGAPANE, Tiziana;CORRADO, Egle;COPPOLA, Giuseppe;NOVO, Giuseppina;BALASUS, Fabio;ASSENNATO, Pasquale;NOVO, Salvatore
2012

Abstract

The term metabolic syndrome defines a cluster of risk factors for cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. This syndrome is very frequent in general population. However, despite the efforts to define the diagnostic criteria, nowadays its clinical utility is object of a lively debate.
Settore MED/11 - Malattie Dell'Apparato Cardiovascolare
Nugara, C., Fragapane, T., Corrado, E., Coppola, G., Novo, G., Balasus, F., et al. (2012). [Metabolic syndrome in children and in adults: is it an autonomous nosological entity?]. RECENTI PROGRESSI IN MEDICINA, 103(4), 158-163.
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