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- ‘In contrast to men with elevated BMI, abdominally obese participants reported low self-esteem.’
- ‘The authors conclude that hysterectomy should be performed vaginally rather than abdominally where possible.’
- ‘Abdominally obese respondents were more often exhausted and experienced problems with sweating and depressive symptoms.’
- ‘Abdominally disseminated ovarian cancer often expresses itself as carcinosis peritonei.’
- ‘An apparently lean person, who is abdominally obese, could also develop diabetes.’
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