Longitudinal study of muscle strength, quality, and adipose tissue infiltration123
Delmonico, Matthew J
American Society for Nutrition
Background: Sarcopenia is thought to be accompanied by increased muscle fat infiltration. However, no longitudinal studies have examined concomitant changes in muscle mass, strength, or fat infiltration in older adults.
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