gluteofemoral

glu·te·o·fem·o·ral

(glū'tē-ō-fem'ō-răl),
Relating to the buttock and thigh.

glu·te·o·fem·o·ral

(glū'tē-ō-fem'ŏr-ăl)
Relating to the buttocks and thighs.
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Gluteofemoral compartments of obese women contain more adipocytes than those of leaner women in a sex-specific manner not seen in men (34).
Men usually seek liposuction to minimise the size of the abdomen, thighs, gynaecomastia and chin, and women seek liposuction mostly for their abdomen, gluteofemoral areas and their back.
Furthermore, studies have also 'shown that a preferential accumulation of body fat in the gluteofemoral region, initially described by Vague under the term "gynoid obesity," and commonly found in premenopausal women, is not a major threat to cardiovascular health (27).
Specific fat cells, known as gluteofemoral adipose tissue (GAT) cells, are relatively slower to naturally breakdown stored fat, making them especially resistant to diet and exercise.
Impact of a mechano stimulation LPG on gene expression profile and lipid mobilisation in female gluteofemoral adipose tissue*"