Salivary levels of uric acid, insulin and HOMA: A promising field of study to non-invasively identify obese children at risk of metabolic syndrome and fatty liver

      Objectives: To assess the diagnostic role of salivary uric acid (UA) and homeostatic model assessment (HOMA) as markers for the non-invasive screening of obesity related hepato-metabolic abnormalities in pediatric patients.
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