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A critical disease approach of angiogenesis in obese patients

Suzana Binte Hashim

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Journal of Angiotherapy 1(1) 041-043 https://doi.org/10.25163/angiotherapy.11001021108100517

Submitted: 11 September 2016  Revised: 16 February 2017  Published: 10 May 2017 

obesity has a strong association with several metabolic disorders such as the type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, which affect over 50% of an adult population

Abstract


Obesity is a medical issue that is affecting an ever greater population worldwide. Also, obesity has a strong association with several metabolic disorders such as the type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, which affect over 50% of an adult population (Wellen, Hotamisligil et al. 2003). Previous studies have shown that obesity facilitates the development of chronic diseases such as inflammation-based pathologies, stroke, osteoarthritis, cancer, hypertension, sleep apnoea, and arthritis (Hotamisligil 2003, Parul Singla 2010, Marta González-Castejón 2011). Importantly, the amount of cases of clinical obesity is constantly increasing, and in 2014 more than half a billion people are considered obese (WHO 2015). Therefore, it is paramount to find a solution for this problem and currently, one of the interesting avenues to combat obesity has been through angiogenesis.

Keywords: Obesity, Angiogenesis, Patients

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