sarcopenic


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sarcopenic

adjective Referring to age-related loss of muscle mass and strength.
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Diagnosis/prescriptive modeling for exercise intervention, targeted exercise interventions for aging, and sarcopenic obesity.
In many cases, people with sarcopenic obesity have as little or sometimes less muscle mass than thin people who look as of they were made of skin and bones," The Lancet quoted Vickie Baracos, a professor of oncology and adjunct professor of human nutrition at the University of Alberta, and lead author on the study as saying.
When a formula for estimating RSMI was applied, 2 of the participants were found to be sarcopenic.
Forty-five percent of men and 30% of women were sarcopenic by definition of BCM index and 11.
Individual variations in metabolic response to the dietary constituents: Indian children are predisposed to develop hyperinsulinaemia, the basic endocrine abnormality of metabolic syndrome, because of sarcopenic adiposity noted from intrauterine life (61,62).
The cause for sarcopenic obesity could be genetic or epigenetic, but there could be a host of modifying factors in late life like physical activity, endocrine changes, infections, drugs, stress and habituations (64-67).
A new condition, sarcopenic obesity, has been identified in the elderly.
However, comparisons of aerobic fitness between sarcopenic and nonsarcopenic individuals remain to be performed.
Sarcopenic individuals were defined as having a relative AFFM below 5.
Obesity and muscle atrophy can coexist in a condition known as sarcopenic obesity, which suggests obesity more advanced than indicated by body mass index (BMI) alone.
Clinical detection of sarcopenic obesity by bioelectrical impedance analysis.
In addition to thinning hair and brittle nails, they may have muscle atrophy, even in the midst of obesity--a condition known as sarcopenic obesity.