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Rapid Communication - Journal of Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (2022) Volume 4, Issue 5

Infant Metabolic Abnormalities: Pathophysiology and Analytical Evaluation

The metabolic syndrome is now seen in kids and teenagers, nevertheless, as a result of the rise in obesity and overweight. This interconnected web of risk factors is the outcome of the abnormal interaction between a numbers of organs, including adipose tissue, muscle, liver, and gut, with insulin resistance as a common precursor. It has been interesting to look at novel metabolic syndrome biomarkers that can identify these metabolic abnormalities early in the juvenile population with high specificity and sensitivity. To prevent this generation from being the first in which children have a shorter life expectancy than their parents, it is essential to comprehend this complex cluster of risk factors in the younger patients.

Author(s): Aadhya Marvin

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