Body composition—the distribution of bone, muscle, and fat in the body—can yield vital information on the metabolic and nutritional status of a patient. Several studies have demonstrated the impact of abnormalities such as sarcopenia, which is a gradual decline in skeletal muscle mass and/or strength, and obesity, defined as excessive fat accumulation, on poor outcomes in diseases.
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