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Partial lipodystrophy

Partial lipodystrophy: Related Topics

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Partial lipodystrophy as a Disease

Partial lipodystrophy: Type of or association with medical condition Lipodystrophy.
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Partial lipodystrophy: Related Diseases

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Partial lipodystrophy as a subtype of Lipodystrophy

Lipodystrophy (medical condition): A rare group of disorders that can be acquired or inherited and involves adipose tissue abnormalities. The disorder is characterized by varying degrees of loss of body fat. The three forms of the condition are: total lipodystrophy, partial lipodystrophy and localized lipodystrophy.

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