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Basal metabolic rate in women with PCOS compared to eumenorrheic controls

Churchill SJ
Used Parameters : SMM, PBF, BMR

Publication Year : 2015

Country : USA

Journal : Clinical Endocrinology

Objective PCOS is associated with obesity and insulin resistance. Efforts have focused on whether an abnormal energy homeostasis contributes to the development of obesity in these patients. There are conflicting results in the literature regarding whether women with PCOS have an altered basal metabolic rate (BMR), thereby leading to difficulties in weight loss. The objective of this study is to compare basal metabolic rate (BMR) in women with PCOS and controls. Design Crosssectional study. Patients One hundred and twentyeight PCOS …
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