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Related to hyperlipemia: hypothyroidism, Triglycerides


 (hī′pər-lĭ-pē′mē-ə, -lī-)


(ˌhaɪ pər lɪˈpi mi ə, -laɪ-)

also hy•per•lip•i•de•mi•a

(-ˌlɪp ɪˈdi-, -ˌlaɪ pɪ-)

the presence of excessive amounts of fat and fatty substances in the blood.
hy`per•li•pe′mic, hy`per•lip`i•de′mic, adj.
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Noun1.hyperlipemia - presence of excess lipids in the blood
symptom - (medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease


n. hiperlipemia, cantidad excesiva.
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Influence of two kinds of selenium-enriched plants on hyperlipemia and lipid peroxidation in experimental hyperlipemic rats.
Artichoke juice improves endothelial function in hyperlipemia.
Hopefully, ongoing and future studies will lead to the development of a new phytotherapeutic strategy in hyperlipemia, but also in other metabolic disorders.
Sixteen cases developed acute myocardial infarction and 26 cases had unstable angina pectoris; 36 cases (86%) had hypertension, 14 cases (33%) had diabetes and 34 cases (81%) had hyperlipemia.
Gerrity, "Evidence for an altered lipid metabolic state in circulating blood monocytes under conditions of hyperlipemia in swine and its implications in arterial lipid metabolism," Arteriosclerosis and Thrombosis, vol.
Among the population with OSAS, certain subgroups like middle-age adults and elderly stand at a higher risk [2], which is also closely associated with a series of adverse complications such as hyperlipemia [3, 4], type 2 diabetes [5, 6], cardiovascular disease [7-9] (systemic hypertension [10], coronary disease [11], heart failure [12], and stroke [13]), pulmonary hypertension [14], and neurocognitive deficits [15, 16].
Fish oil in a high lard diet prevents obesity, hyperlipemia, and adipocyte insulin resistance in rats.
Many local epidemiological studies on blood fat have proved that a conservative estimate of the incidence of hyperlipemia is 7%-8% while the actual incidence might be above 10%.
Relationship between relapsing pancreatitis and essential hyperlipemia.
Hyperlipidemia, hyperlipemia, and hepatic lipidosis in American Miniature Horses: 23 cases (1990-1994).
Hyperlipemia in rats was induced by a force program using a single intraperitoneal injection of Tween-80 at the dose of 250 mg per 100 g body weight in 1 ml of distilled water.
The decrease in dietary hyperlipemia may partly be due to lipotropic effects of garlic extracts, as evident from rise in FFA in treated rats as compared to control group of rats.