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Part 16. Endocrinology and Metabolism > Section 3. Disorders of Intermediary Metabolism >
Chapter e41. Atlas of Clinical Manifestations of Metabolic Diseases
Atlas of Clinical Manifestations of Metabolic Diseases: Introduction.
is derived from the Greek
meaning "to change." It includes the broad array of chemical pathways that are necessary for normal development and homeostasis. In practice, clinicians generally use the term
in reference to energy utilization for anabolism or catabolism. Alternatively, intermediary metabolism describes the myriad cellular pathways that convert energy sources from one form to another (e.g., citric acid cycle). The emerging field of
is based on the premise that the identification and measurement of metabolic products will enhance our understanding of physiology and disease...."
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