xanthomatosis


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xan·tho·ma·to·sis

 (zăn′thō-mə-tō′sĭs)
n.
A metabolic disorder characterized by excessive accumulation of lipids in the body and a resulting spread of xanthomas.

[New Latin xanthōma, xanthōmat-, xanthoma (xantho- + -oma) + -osis.]
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Noun1.xanthomatosis - widespread xanthomas (especially on elbows and knees); often associated with a disorder of lipid metabolism
xanthoma - a skin problem marked by the development (on the eyelids and neck and back) of irregular yellow nodules; sometimes attributable to disturbances of cholesterol metabolism
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xan·tho·ma·to·sis

n. xantomatosis, presencia de múltiples xantomas en la piel.
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Tests revealed she had the genetic condition cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis (CTX).
Primary familial xanthomatosis with involvement and calcification of adrenals: report of two more cases in siblings of a previously described infant.
One hybrid application, Chenodeoxycholic acid sigma-tau (chenodeoxycholic acid), received a positive opinion from the CHMP for the treatment of cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis.
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Retrophin founder and CEO Martin Shkreli commented that the purchase transformed his company into a commercial firm with two products approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, namely Chenoda, a chenodeoxycholic acid used for the treatment of gallstones and cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis (CTX), and Vecamyl, for management of moderately severe to severe essential hypertension.
Normolipemic papuloeruptive xanthomatosis in a child.
Moreover, APO E knockout mice also developed severe atherosclerotic lesions and cutaneous xanthomatosis most likely due to extremely high plasma cholesterol levels, diminished HDL cholesterol and the presence of less anti-atherogenic HDL particles.
8) Clinically, the differential diagnosis includes xanthomatosis, colloid milium, myxedema, and amyloidosis.
The options presented are xanthelasma, cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis and arcus cornealis.