hyperadiposity

hy·per·ad·i·po·sis

, hyperadiposity (hī'pĕr-ad'i-pō'sis, -pos'i-tē),
An extreme degree of adiposis or fatness.

hyperadiposity

An obsolete term for:
(1) Lipomatosis;
(2) Overweight;
(3) Obesity, see there;
(4) Morbid obesity.

hy·per·ad·i·po·sis

, hyperadiposity (hī'pĕr-ad'i-pō'sis, -pos'i-tē)
An extreme degree of adiposis or fatness.

hyperadiposity

(hi?per-ad?i-pos'it-e) [ hyper- + adiposity]
Excessive accumulation of body fat.
Synonym: hyperadiposis
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It is openly accepted that MSG treatment induces morphological, behavioral, and endocrine abnormalities, such as growth disturbances, hyperadiposity, and hypogonadism [1, 3].
It must be borne in mind that one of the expected consequences of neonatal MSG treatment in rats is the development of stunted growth, thus reaching adult age with a paradoxical phenotype characterized by hyperadiposity [13, 14, 16-19] and decreased body and several tissues weights [3].
Neonatal monosodium L-glutamate (MSG) administration induces morphological, behavioral, and neuroendocrine abnormalities such as growth disturbances, self-mutilation, hyperadiposity, and hypogonadism [1-4].
Diet-induced obesity in gravid rats engenders early hyperadiposity in the offspring.