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The omentum is a membranous double layer of fatty tissue that covers and supports the intestines and organs in the lower abdominal area. The omentum is made up of the greater omentum which is an important storage for fat deposits and the lesser omentum which connects the stomach and intestines to the liver. Milky spots on the greater omentum contain white blood cells that assist immunity by removing cellular debris. Fat deposited in the omentum makes up a part of the visceral fat; the rest of the visceral fat is deeply embedded between organs. Excess visceral fat deposits in the abdominal Medical fatty apron give rise to central obesity. A body with a protruding belly is termed "apple shaped". Medical fatty apron is distinct from a "pear shaped" body in which the fat is deposited around the hips and thighs and is Ultrasound of normal first trimester pregnancy fat. An apple shaped body is a risk factor for metabolic syndrome or syndrome X, disorders that can lead to metabolic disturbances and increased risk of cardiovascular disease as well as type 2 diabetes. Complications include kidney and liver disease. Abdominal fat cells can be treated as active endocrine organs that produce hormones. An excess of abdominal fat disrupts the functioning of the hormones. The fat cells release chemicals such as cytokines and interleukin-6 that add to the risk of heart diseases. They also have a harmful effect on A new england nun synopsis pressure and the blood's clotting Medical fatty apron. High amount of visceral fat in the body leads to increased LDL or bad cholesterol and a decrease in HDL or good cholesterol. It also results Medical fatty apron insulin Medical fatty apron whereby blood glucose levels rise. This can lead to diabetes. Diet, sedentary lifestyle, lack of...

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When your belly expands due to weight gain, the fat surrounding the internal organs expands, and creates additional fat deposits into the omentum -- an apron-like flap that lies under your abdominal muscles and in front of the intestines. A mother's apron belly isn't unique to women who've given birth. Anyone -- man or woman -- can develop this hanging flap of fat that can only be addressed with focused diet and exercise. Losing it is critical to your health. Belly fat in the omentum and the rest of your mid-section increases your risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and, in women, certain cancers -- including ovarian cancer. Although spot-targeting fat loss isn't possible -- you can't crunch away an apron belly, for example -- fat that accumulates in your mid section is often the first you lose with focused exercise and diet. The same metabolically active properties that make apron fat -- also known as visceral fat -- a possible cause of disease makes it easier to break down than subcutaneous fat, which lies just under the skin on your hips, arms and thighs. You develop belly fat because of genetics, a poor diet, sedentary lifestyle and whether you've had children -- childbirth raises the risk of storing fat in the belly. Your hormonal status also influences when and if you develop an apron belly. Men are more likely to store excess fat in the abdomen at any age; as women pass menopause, the hormonal shifts encourage belly fat development. A low-calorie diet that helps you create a daily deficit of to 1, calories results in a loss of a safe, sustainable loss of 1 to 2 pounds per week. Don't dip below 1, calories, though, or you'll risk nutritional deficiency and muscle loss. Refine your goals if...

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Panniculus , sometimes referred to incorrectly as FUPA Fat Upper Pelvic Area or pannus, [1] is a medical term describing a dense layer of fatty tissue growth, consisting of subcutaneous fat in the lower abdominal area. It can be a result of obesity and can be mistaken for a tumor or hernia. Abdominal panniculus can be removed during abdominal panniculectomy , a type of abdominoplasty. A panniculus can also be the result of loose tissues after pregnancy or massive weight loss. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Not to be confused with Pannus. Retrieved 12 June Skin and related structures. Stratum corneum Stratum lucidum Stratum granulosum Stratum spinosum Stratum basale. Basal keratinocyte Lamina lucida Lamina densa. Papillary Dermal papillae Reticular. Apocrine sweat gland Eccrine sweat gland Sebaceous. Outer root sheath Inner root sheath Henle's layer Huxley's layer. Cuticle Cortex Medulla Bulb with matrix cells Hair follicle. Retrieved from " https: Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 10 June , at By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Skin glands Sweat glands: Root sheath Outer root sheath Inner root sheath Henle's layer Huxley's layer.

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May 11, - I'm 24 years old with good blood pressure, and no diabetes nor other health Lower body exercise is getting harder because of this apron of fat hanging. It even  WHAT Causes "apron of flesh" to develop in later years? Doctor. Jun 1, - You may not realize it, but your abdomen's 'apron of fat' is pretty cavity and collects information on the health of the body as things flow by. Panniculus, sometimes referred to incorrectly as FUPA (Fat Upper Pelvic Area) or pannus, is a medical term describing a dense layer of fatty tissue growth.

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