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Extensive Phenotyping for Potential Weight-Inducing Factors in an Outpatient Population with Obesity.

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Summary of "Extensive Phenotyping for Potential Weight-Inducing Factors in an Outpatient Population with Obesity."

Obesity has been associated with miscellaneous weight-inducing determinants. A comprehensive assessment of known obesity-related factors other than diet and physical activity within one cohort is currently lacking.

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Name: Obesity facts
ISSN: 1662-4033
Pages: 369-384

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