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860 Possible Causes for Abdominal Obesity, Deep Foot Creases

  • Overeating

    Even more so than regular soda, consumption of ASBs is associated with metabolic syndrome (precursors to diabetes and heart disease) and obesity, particularly abdominal fat[]

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  • HAIR-AN Syndrome

    There might also be a deep crease on the sole of the foot where the gap is.[] Physical examination also can detect high blood pressure and increased abdominal obesity as risk factors for diabetes and cardiovascular disease in individuals who are overweight[] , fat deposits in the hips and abdominal areas more frequent than deposits on the thighs or buttocks due to the presence of excessive male hormones Enlarged ovaries Multiple[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Your doctor will examine you to look for: Obesity, especially abdominal obesity—a condition that greatly raises a person's risk for type 2 diabetes.[] IFG and IGT are associated with the metabolic syndrome, which includes obesity (especially abdominal or visceral obesity), dyslipidemia of the high-triglyceride and/or low-HDL[] Insulin Resistance Insulin resistance is a common condition in people who are overweight or obese, have excess abdominal fat, and are not physically active.[]

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  • Chronic Alcoholism

    Abstract Korsakoff syndrome (KS) is characterized by dense anterograde and retrograde amnesia. There is often a temporal gradient to the retrograde amnesia, with earlier memories more readily recalled than recent memories. Executive functioning has also been found to be impaired in KS. However, research[…][]

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  • Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

    RESULTS: The prevalence of general overweight/obesity and abdominal obesity was 32.0% (n   64) and 58.0% (n   116) respectively.[] This suggests that abdominal obesity and hyperinsulinemia as components of the metabolic syndrome could increase femoral BMD by lowering bone rate.[] Abdominal obesity and insulin resistance are strongly correlated and studies have aimed at understanding the genetic basis.[]

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  • Metabolic Syndrome

    obesity, mental retardation, dysphormic extremities (syndactyly, brachydactyly or polydactyly), retinal dystrophy or pigmentary retinopathy, hypogonadism or hypogenitalism[] In her forties she had hypertension, mixed hyperlipidaemia, mild hyperglycaemia and moderate abdominal obesity, suggesting the presence of the metabolic syndrome.[] The increasing prevalence of abdominal obesity, particularly among female adults, highlights the urgency of addressing abdominal obesity as a healthcare priority.[]

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  • Adrenal Cushing Syndrome

    obesity, particularly the appearance of abdominal striae (think of striae as stretch marks, like in pregnancy) One or more aspects of metabolic syndrome, including high blood[] , type 2 diabetes, easy bruisability, abdominal striae, and myopathy.[] The most common symptoms and signs of excess levels of cortisol in the body are obesity, facial plethora (facial redness), violaceous abdominal striae (purple or bluish stripes[]

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  • Iatrogenic Cushing's Disease

    […] facies Truncal obesity Abdominal striae Diminished motor strength of proximal limb muscles Also on prolonged oral corticosteroid treatment for rheumatoid arthritis for 5[] The most common symptoms and signs of excess levels of cortisol in the body are obesity, facial plethora (facial redness), violaceous abdominal striae (purple or bluish stripes[] Typical features include weight gain, central obesity, dorsocervical hump, moon face, facial plethora, thin skin, easy bruising, abdominal striae, hirsutism, proximal myopathy[]

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  • Cushing's Disease

    Abdominal striae and skin bruising result from atrophy of the skin and connective tissue.[] There is redistribution of body fat manifesting in the form of moon facies, buffalo hump and central obesity.[]

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  • Islet Cell Tumor

    Abstract Islet amyloid peptide (IAPP) or amylin is a recently discovered polypeptide without settled physiology in man. We present a patient with an endocrine pancreatic tumor secreting huge amounts of IAPP-like immunoreactivity (20,000 mol/l) and a concomitant development of diabetes mellitus. The release of insulin[…][]

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