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Metabolic abnormalities and behavioral peculiarities in patients with obesity: statics and dynamics on Orlistat therapy

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Obesity causes variety of metabolic disorders, and decreases the quality of life. At the same time many people with BMI>30 kg/A possess different psychopathologic disturbances. The results of ourwork disclose high percentage of impaired carbohydrate metabolism, hyperlipidemia, and resistance to insulin in patients with obesity Besides, it was revealed that more than a half of the patients have symptoms of maladjustment, and decreased quality of life. Reduction of body w eight due to the treatment with Orlistat w as accompanied by improvement in parameters of carbohydrate and lipid metabolism and quality of life

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