dysmetabolism

dysmetabolism

/dys·me·tab·o·lism/ (-mĕ-tab´o-lizm) defective metabolism.
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Immune aging, dysmetabolism, and inflammation in neurological diseases.
Studies in diabetic animals have shown that increased dopaminergic activity at a particular time of day is most effective in "resetting" the biological clock neurochemistry to a physiology that improves diabetic dysmetabolism.
Pressure sores and blood and serum dysmetabolism in spinal cord injury patients.
A recent study in Taiwanese women reported absence of Gly972Arg and another Ala513Pro polymorphism in IRS-1 though majority of women with PCOS were either insulin resistant or glucose intolerant, thus suggesting IRS-1 variants may not play a role in glucose dysmetabolism in their population (90).
Normative data have shown that the degree of involvement is related to the degree of glucose dysmetabolism, said Dr.
This chronic state of dysmetabolism might create an inhospitable environment during the development of the placental spiral arteries, which can adversely affect fetal health, while negatively affecting the large arteries of a woman's heart, brain, and extremities over a broader period of time," they noted.
Heredity already has been identified as a risk factor in hypertension, glucose dysmetabolism, dyslipidemia, and obesity.
Dopamine dysmetabolism could lead to loss of control with compulsive reinforcement that predispose to addictive behaviors.