Clinical Case of Autonomic Dysfunction in a Young Patient with Exogenous Constitutional Obesity
Gulova ShG1, Кurnikova IA1*, Zhuravleva АS1, Klimenko AS2 and Danilina NO2
1RUDN University, Moscow, Russia
2CDC RUDN, Moscow, Russia
*Corresponding Author: Кurnikova IA, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia.
October 25, 2022; Published: November 10, 2022
The article describes a clinical case of progressive obesity with early development of complications and cardiometabolic risk in a 19-year-old patient with an analysis of the course features and identification of the most likely factors that cause these features. Particular attention was paid to the analysis of heart rate variability indicators in relation to the age and phenotype of the patient. Authors accessed prognostic significance of these indicators in a personalized approach to the patient. Both metabolic and regulatory disorders were diagnosed in the patient, which indicate the tension of regulatory mechanisms, which in the near future may lead to maladjustment of the body, an increase in the risk of developing other concomitant diseases and, first of all, an increase in the risk of early development of cardiovascular diseases.
Keywords: Exogenous-Constitutional Obesity; Heart Rate Variability; Arterial Hypertension; Cardiometabolic Risk
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