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adiposis

 [ad″ĭ-po´sis]
obesity.
abnormal deposits or degeneration of fatty tissue.
adiposis cerebra´lis fatness from cerebral pituitary disease.
adiposis doloro´sa a painful condition due to pressure on nerves caused by fatty deposits.
adiposis hepa´tica fatty degeneration of liver.
adiposis tubero´sa simplex adiposis dolorosa in which the fatty degeneration occurs in nodular masses.

ad·i·po·sis

(ad-i-pō'sis),
Excessive local or general accumulation of fat in the body.
Synonym(s): lipomatosis, liposis (1) , steatosis (1)
[adipo- + G. -osis, condition]

adiposis

/ad·i·po·sis/ (ad″ĭ-po´sis)
2. fatty change in an organ or tissue.

adiposis cerebra´lis  cerebral adiposity.
adiposis doloro´sa  a disease, usually of women, marked by painful localized fatty swellings and by various nerve lesions; death may result from pulmonary complications.
adiposis hepa´tica  fatty change of the liver.

adiposis

(1) Adiposis dolorosa.
(2) Obesity, see there.  
(3) Lipomatosis.

ad·i·po·sis

(ad'i-pō'sis)
Excessive local or general accumulation of fat in the body.
Synonym(s): lipomatosis, liposis (1) , steatosis (1) .
[adipo- + G. -osis, condition]

adiposis

a condition marked by deposits or degeneration of fatty tissue.

adiposis cerebralis
fatness from cerebral pituitary disease.
adiposis dolorosa
a painful condition due to pressure on nerves caused by fatty deposits.
adiposis hepatica
fatty degeneration of liver.
adiposis neonatorum
see adiponecrosis neonatorum.