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AcronymDefinition
MetSMetabolic Syndrome
MetSMining Equipment, Technology and Services (industry sector)
MetSMetabolic Equivalents (multiples of resting oxygen uptake)
MetSMetadata Encoding and Transmission Standard
MetSMetropolitans (New York baseball team)
MetSMission Essential Tasks
MetSMaterials and Equipment Trading Service
MetSMetropolitan Evansville Transit System
MetSMotorist Emergency Telepone System (Australia)
MetSModular Egress Training Simulator (Survival Systems)
MetSMobile Electronic Test Set
MetSModern Engineering and Technology Seminar
MetSMicrowave Energy Transmission in Space
MetSMechanized Export Traffic System
MetSMobile Electronic Threat Simulator
MetSModular Equipment Transporter System (NASA)
MetSMaintenance Equipment Transport System
MetSMeteorological Event Triggering System (Atmospheric Technology, Inc.)
MetSMcCord's Emergency Travel Service
MetSModular Engine Test Stand
MetSMobile Emissions Testing System (US EPA)
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Metabolic syndrome is a group of risk factors that occur together and increase the risk of heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.
Andrew Gewirtz said that manipulating dietary fiber content, particularly by adding fermentable fiber, guards against metabolic syndrome.
One of the most important factors that cause metabolic syndrome in patients with schizophrenia is antipsychotic agents' especially atypical antipsychotics that cause weight gain, impaired glucose tolerance, and disturbed lipid profile.
2% prevalence of metabolic syndrome in the prepsychosis group and a 7.
The drums are beating" may be used as a wake-up call for all stakeholders, including patients, the community, physician from all specialties, and policy-makers, to encourage early detection and prevention of the syndrome As ethnospecific cut offs for definition of metabolic syndrome gain universal acceptance,6 we hope that this linguo-specific apronym will achieve popularity, across South Asia, and in the South Asia diaspora.
the appropriate cutoff point for the diagnosis of metabolic syndrome in men and women in Kerman has been determined.
The epidemiological research trials show that there is gender disparity among these components of metabolic syndrome.
We used three definitions to define the metabolic syndrome.
To evaluate the effect of dietary intervention on metabolic syndrome status, the data of participants whom biochemical determinants were available from baseline and at least 2 years of follow up were analysed.
Objectives: To find the association of hyperuricemia with various components of metabolic syndrome.