Influence of gastric bypass surgery on resting energy expenditure, body composition, physical activity, and thyroid hormones in morbidly obese patients

Mirahmadian, Mehri; Hasani, Motahareh; Taheri, Ehsaneh; Qorbani, Mostafa; Hosseini, Saeed
October 2018
Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome & Obesity: Targets & Therapy;Oct2018, Vol. 11, p667
Academic Journal
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