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In addition to lipoatrophy of the subcutaneous fat compartment and lipohypertrophy of the breasts and dorsocervical fat pad, excess visceral fat is considered to be part of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-associated lipodystrophy. Because of associations between visceral adiposity and atherosclerotic risk and undesirable clinical and psychological effects, therapies for this morphological alteration are under investigation. The non-HIV literature on the visceral fat effects of variousdoi:10.1086/375880 pmid:12942381 fatcat:gxoklxanmfcelghdohoq2yxxje