Lipidomic Profiling at the Interface of Metabolic Surgery and Cardiovascular Disease
Bariatric surgery has helped patients attain not only significant and sustained weight loss but has also proved to be an effective means of mitigating or reversing various obesity-related comorbidities. The impressive rates of remission or resolution of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2D) following bariatric surgery are well documented and have rightly received great attention. Less understood are the effects of bariatric surgery on cardiovascular disease (CVD) and its underlying risk factors....[Show more]
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