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March 2009 - Volume 53 - Number 2
Special Issue: Obesity
Arquivos Brasileiros de Endocrinologia e Metabologia. Regulares_ ISSN 0004-2730


  • Obesity: knowledge, care, and commitment, but not yet cure
    Bruno Geloneze, Marcio C. Mancini & Walmir Coutinho


  • Hypothalamic regulation of food intake and clinical therapeutic applications
    Katherine Anne Simpson, Niamh M. Martin, Stephen R. Bloom
  • Genetic variants influencing effectiveness of weight loss strategies
    Sophie Deram & Sandra M. F Villares
  • Translational research into gut microbiota: new horizons in obesity treatment
    Daniela M. Tsukumo, Bruno M. Carvalho, Marco A. Carvalho-Filho & Mário J. A. Saad
  • Adipose tissue at the crossroads in the development of the metabolic syndrome, inflammation and atherosclerosis
    Bernardo Léo Wajchenberg, Marcia Nery, Maria Rosaria Cunha & Maria Elizabeth Rossi da Silva
  • The brain is the conductor: diet-induced inflammation overlapping physiological control of body mass and metabolism
    Licio Augusto Velloso
  • Infeccions as the etiology for obesity
    Henrique de Lacerda Suplicy & Andressa Bornschein
  • Pathophysiology of type 2 diabetes mellitus in youth: the evolving chameleon
    Hala Tfayli & Silva Arslanian
  • Reflexão sobre a imigração japonesa no Brasil sob o ângulo da adiposidade corporal
    Sandra R. G. Ferreira, Bianca de Almeida-Pittito & Japanese-Brazilian Diabetes Study Group (JBDS Group)
  • Impact of adiposity on immunological parameters
    Cristiane Martins Moulin, Ivo Marguti, Jean Pierre S. Peron, Luiz Vicente Rizzo & Alfredo Halpern
  • Adiposity in childhood cancer survivors: insights into obesity physiopathology
    Adriana Aparecida Siviero-Miachon, Angela Maria Spinola-Castro & Gil Guerra-Junior
  • Protective roles of adiponectin in obesity-related fatty liver diseases: mechanisms and therapeutic implications
    Yu Wang, Mingyan Zhou, Karen S. L. Lam & Aimin Xu
  • Epidemiological and molecular mechanisms aspects linking obesity and cancer
    Felipe Osório-Costa, Guilherme Z. Rocha, Marília M. Dias & José B. C. Carvalheira
  • Metabolic syndrome and polycystic ovary syndrome... and vice versa
    Eleni Kandaraki, Charikleia Christakou & Evanthia Diamanti-Kandarakis
  • Metabolic disturbances linked to obesity: the role of impaired tissue perfusion
    Nivaldo Ribeiro Villela, Luiz Guilherme Kramer-Aguiar, Daniel Alexandre Bottino, Nicolas Wiernsperger & Eliete Bouskela
  • From bariatric to metabolic surgery in non-obese subjects: time for some caution
    Mervyn Deitel
  • Management of obesity in adolescents: state of art
    Amélio F De Godoy-Matos, Erika Paniago Guedes, Luciana Lopes de Souza & Mariana Farage Martins
  • The first decade of sibutramine and orlistat: a reappraisal of their expanding roles in the treatment of obesity and associated conditions
    Walmir Coutinho
  • Emerging drugs for obesity therapy
    Maria Teresa Zanella & Fernando Flexa Ribeiro Filho

Original Articles

  • HOMA1-IR and HOMA2-IR indexes in identifying insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome – Brazilian Metabolic Syndrome Study (BRAMS)
    Bruno Geloneze, Ana Carolina Junqueira Vasques, Christiane França Camargo Stabe, José Carlos Pareja, Lina Enriqueta Frandsen Paez de Lima Rosado, Elaine Cristina de Queiroz, Marcos Antonio Tambascia & BRAMS Investigators
  • The N363S polymorphism in the glucocorticoid receptor gene: effects on visceral fat assessed by abdominal computed tomography
    Cintia Cercato, Alfredo Halpern, Eliana S. T. Frazzatto, Izabel Cristina Guazzelli & Sandra Mara Ferreira Villares
  • Overcoming metabolic syndrome in severe obesity: adiponectin as a marker of insulin sensitivity and HDL-cholesterol improvements after gastric bypass
    Bruno Geloneze, Juliano Alves Pereira, José Carlos Pareja, Marcelo Miranda de Oliveira Lima, Mary Aparecida Carvalho Tavares Lazarin, Iara Chaves Pereira de Souza, Marcos Antonio Tambascia, Elinton Chaim & Elza Muscelli

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