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New Simplified Diagnostic Decision Trees for the Detention of Metabolic Syndrome in the Elderly
Background: A new simplified method for the detention of metabolic syndrome (MetS) is proposed using two variables (anthropometric and minimally invasive). Methods: A study of MetS prevalence was made on a sample of 361 ...
An Approach to Early Detection of Metabolic Syndrome through Non-Invasive Methods in Obese Children
Background: Metabolic Syndrome (MetS) has a high prevalence in children, and its presence increases in those with a high BMI. This fact confirms the need for early detection to avoid the development of other comorbidities. ...