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  • Metabolic bone disease — Classification and external resources MeSH D001851 Metabolic bone disease is an umbrella term referring to abnormalities of bones caused by a broad spectrum of disorders. Most commonly these disorders are caused by abnormalities of minerals such… …   Wikipedia

  • Metabolic network modelling — Metabolic network showing interactions between enzymes and metabolites in the Arabidopsis thaliana citric acid cycle. Enzymes and metabolites are the red dots and interactions between them are the lines …   Wikipedia

  • Metabolic myopathy — Metabolic myopathies are Myopathies that result from defects in biochemical metabolism that primarily affect muscle. They include: 1 Glycogen storage diseases 2 Lipid storage disorder 3 Phosphocreatine stores disorder External links Metabolic… …   Wikipedia

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  • Metabolic alkalosis — Classification and external resources Davenport diagram ICD 10 E …   Wikipedia

  • metabolic syndrome — n a syndrome marked by the presence of usu. three or more of a group of factors (as high blood pressure, abdominal obesity, high triglyceride levels, low HDL levels, and high fasting levels of blood sugar) that are linked to an increased risk of… …   Medical dictionary

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