hyperlipoproteinaemia


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hyperlipoproteinaemia

(ˌhaɪpəˌlɪpəˌprəʊtɪˈniːmɪə) or

hyperlipoproteinemia

n
(Pathology) med the condition of having an abnormally high level of lipoproteins in the blood
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Longstanding diabetics, newly diagnosed type II diabetics who were on medication, chronic hypertensives, congenital hyperlipoproteinaemia heart failure and renal failure patients were excluded from the study.
Of interest, patients suffering from hormone-inactive tumors of the pituitary receiving hydrocortisone replacement therapy seem to have an increased risk of developing diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipoproteinaemia, coronary heart disease, or atrial fibrillation when compared to those with normal hormone function or hormone producing adenomas of the pituitary [33].
TPC2 leads to trafficking defects, promoting hepatic cholesterol accumulation, hyperlipoproteinaemia, and finally NASH.
[sup][17] Elevated MP levels were also associated with many cardiovascular risk factors, which have been proven to impact endothelial function, such as obesity, hyperlipoproteinaemia, hypertension, and diabetes.
In conclusion, the angiotensin-converting enzyme gene polymorphism is associated with the development of cerebrovascular accidents and hyperlipoproteinaemia. Allele D increases the risk for development of left ventricular hypertrophy and peripheral vascular disease significantly in hemodialysis patients.
Increased blood viscosity and fibrinolytic inhibitor in type II hyperlipoproteinaemia. Lancet 1992;1:472-5.
Defenestration of the hepatic sinusoids as a cause of hyperlipoproteinaemia in alcoholics.
Neonatal diagnosis of familial type- II hyperlipoproteinaemia. Lancet 1973; 1: 118-21.