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Adipose tissue

Explore the functions and facts about adipose tissue, the specialized connective tissue that stores energy. Discover how it impacts your health and find tips to maintain a healthy adipose tissue.
Lipedema: A Painful Adipose Tissue Disorder | IntechOpen Pitting Edema, Loose Connective Tissue, Function Of Blood, Stem Cell Research, Nerve Fiber, Lipedema, Hypermobility, Regenerative Medicine, Adipose Tissue

Lipedema is a painful fat disease of loose connective tissue usually misdiagnosed as lifestyle-induced obesity that affects ~10% of women of European descent as well as other populations. Lipedema is characterized by symmetric enlargement of the buttocks, hips, and legs due to increased loose connective tissue; arms are also affected in 80% of patients. Lipedema loose connective tissue is characterized by hypertrophic adipocytes, inflammatory cells, and dilated leaky blood and lymphatic…

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