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Unsaturated Fatty Acids Improve Atherosclerosis Markers in Obese and Overweight Non-diabetic Elderly Patients (2017)

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  • DOI: 10.1007/s11695-017-2704-8
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    Título do periódico: Obesity Surgery

    ISSN: 0960-8923,1708-0428

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  • Título: Obesity Surgery

    ISSN: 0960-8923

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      OLIVEIRA, Patrícia Amante de; KOVACS, Cristiane; MOREIRA, Priscila; et al. Unsaturated Fatty Acids Improve Atherosclerosis Markers in Obese and Overweight Non-diabetic Elderly Patients. Obesity Surgery, New York, v. 27, n. 27, p. 2663-2671, 2017. Disponível em: < > DOI: 10.1007/s11695-017-2704-8.
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      Oliveira, P. A. de, Kovacs, C., Moreira, P., Magnoni, D., Saleh, M. H., & Faintuch, J. (2017). Unsaturated Fatty Acids Improve Atherosclerosis Markers in Obese and Overweight Non-diabetic Elderly Patients. Obesity Surgery, 27( 27), 2663-2671. doi:10.1007/s11695-017-2704-8
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      Oliveira PA de, Kovacs C, Moreira P, Magnoni D, Saleh MH, Faintuch J. Unsaturated Fatty Acids Improve Atherosclerosis Markers in Obese and Overweight Non-diabetic Elderly Patients [Internet]. Obesity Surgery. 2017 ; 27( 27): 2663-2671.Available from:
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      Oliveira PA de, Kovacs C, Moreira P, Magnoni D, Saleh MH, Faintuch J. Unsaturated Fatty Acids Improve Atherosclerosis Markers in Obese and Overweight Non-diabetic Elderly Patients [Internet]. Obesity Surgery. 2017 ; 27( 27): 2663-2671.Available from:

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