Obesity and metabolism

Journal "Obesity and Metabolism" is a multidisciplinary forum for clinical and applied research in the field of biochemistry, physiology, pathophysiology, genetics, nutrition, as well as molecular, metabolic, psychological and epidemiological aspects of obesity and metabolism.

The main subject "Metabolism" reviewed in the journal, includes fat, carbohydrate, protein, bone, fluid and electrolyte and other types of metabolism in the spectrum of pathology of the endocrine system.

The priority direction of Journal "Obesity and Metabolism" is publishing modern high-quality original research on the effectiveness of new and existing treatments in any aspect of metabolic and endocrine diseases.

Pre-clinical pharmacology, pharmacokinetics studies, meta-analyzes, addressed to drug safety and tolerance are also welcome for publication in the journal "Obesity and metabolism." Journal "Obesity and Metabolism" announces review articles that are balanced, clear and offer the reader a modern and critical analysis of the literature on the subject of the magazine. Case reports, and lecture materials are also published for highlighting for practitioners new approaches to diagnosis and treatment of patients with metabolic disorders and obesity.

Journal "Obesity and Metabolism" is designed for scientists, diabetologists, endocrinologists, bariatric surgeons and specialists in all related areas of internal medicine, including physicians, general practitioners, family practitioners, pediatricians.

Journal "Obesity and Metabolism" is included into the  “List of leading scientific journals under review, where principal data of applicants for scientific degree has to be published”, as decreed by Russia’s State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles in Bulletin №2 of 2003 and revised in 2010.

Information on published articles is transmitted to the Russian Scientific Citation Index on the regular basis.

Federal Supervision Agency for Information Technologies and Communications registration ПИ № 77 – 17119 от 26.12.2003


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Vol 16, No 4 (2019)

Immunometabolism and metainflammation in obesity
Romantsova T.R., Sych Y.P.
Obesity and metabolism. 2019;16(4):3-17
Obesity and stress: endocrine and social aspects of the problem in the modern Russian society
Mazurina N.V., Leskova I.V., Troshina E.A., Logvinova O.V., Adamskaya L.V., Krasnikovsky V.Y.
Obesity and metabolism. 2019;16(4):18-24
Sleep disorders interactions with obesity and type 2 diabetes
Brodovskaya T.O., Grishina I.F., Babykina G.G., Nikolaenko O.V., Kovin E.A., Bazhenova O.V., Beresneva V.E., Buharova S.Y.
Obesity and metabolism. 2019;16(4):25-30
Unsolved issues related to multivitamin and multimineral support for patients following bariatric surgery
Malykhina A.I., Yashkov Y.I., Maksimov M.L.
Obesity and metabolism. 2019;16(4):31-36
Raynaud’s phenomenon in the endocrinologist’s practice
Panevin T.S., Alekperov R.T., Melnichenko G.A.
Obesity and metabolism. 2019;16(4):37-45
Original paper
The relationship of eating behavior with biochemical blood parameters in children and adolescents born preterm
Podporina M.A., Rafikova Y.S., Saprina T.V., Loshkova E.V., Mikhalev E.V.
Obesity and metabolism. 2019;16(4):55-65
The role of obesity in the implementation of genetic predisposition to the development of essential hypertension in men
Moskalenko M.I., Ponomarenko I.V., Polonikov A.V., Sorokina I.N., Batlutskaya I.V., Churnosov M.I.
Obesity and metabolism. 2019;16(4):66-72
Case Report
Pegvisomant and current approaches to the medical treatment of acromegaly (literature review and case report)
Dzeranova L.K., Povaliaeva A.A., Romanova A.A., Przhiyalkovskaya E.G., Pigarova E.A., Fedorova N.S.
Obesity and metabolism. 2019;16(4):73-79
Use of teriparatide in treatment of severe osteoporosis in geriatric practice: a clinical case review
Dudinskaya E.N., Tkacheva O.N., Machekhina L.V., Ostapenko V.S., Brailova N.V.
Obesity and metabolism. 2019;16(4):80-89
Late consequences of classic congenital adrenal hyperplasia and its long-term poor control in men (case report and literature review)
Shifman B.M., Dzeranova L.K., Pigarova E.A., Tiulpakov A.N., Fedorova N.S.
Obesity and metabolism. 2019;16(4):90-102

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