Background: Dercum’s disease (DD) is characterised by obesity and chronic pain ( 3 months) in the adipose tissue. The pathogenesis of DD is unknown, but inflammatory components have been proposed. In previous reports and studies, an inconsistent picture of the histological appearance of the adipose tissue in DD has been described. The aim of this investigation was to examine the histological appearance of adipose tissue in patients with DD, with particular focus on inflammatory signs. Methods: Fat biopsies were sampled from painful regions from 53 patients with DD.
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This book has been made possible by the contributions of leading scientists and clinicians from upcoming and interdisciplinary fields of research concerning the molecular and clinical features of insulin resistance. Multiple metabolic disturbances associated with Insulin Resistance include inflammatory cytokines, adipokines, endothelial dysfunction, tissue-specific defects in insulin action and signaling, oxidative stress, ectopic lipid deposition, and disordered neuroregulation.
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The most common identiﬁable cause of ACS in this study was
pulmonary fat embolism (PFE).
4 Originally described in trauma
victims, PFE is a frequent complication of bone fracture and may
progress to involve the lungs and CNS with multiorgan failure and
10,11 The NACSS made the diagnosis by using BAL to
identify fat-laden macrophages; less-invasive means of making the
diagnosis are not well established, and even the speciﬁcity of
fat-laden macrophages in BAL specimens has been questioned.
Etiology and Risk Factors Risk factors for the development of colorectal cancer are listed in Table 874.
Table 87-4 Risk Factors for the Development of Colorectal Cancer
Diet: Animal fat
Hereditary syndromes (autosomal dominant inheritance)
Nonpolyposis syndrome (Lynch syndrome)
Inflammatory bowel disease
Streptococcus bovis bacteremia
? Tobacco use
The etiology for most cases of large-bowel cancer appears to be related to environmental factors. The disease occurs more often in upper socioeconomic populations who live in urban areas.
Postmucosal Lymphatic Obstruction The pathophysiology of this condition, which is due to the rare congenital intestinal lymphangiectasia or to acquired lymphatic obstruction secondary to trauma, tumor, or infection, leads to the unique constellation of fat malabsorption with enteric losses of protein (often causing edema) and lymphocytopenia. Carbohydrate and amino acid absorption are preserved.
Inflammatory diarrheas are generally accompanied by pain, fever, bleeding, or other manifestations of inflammation.