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hyperlipidaemia

(ˌhaɪpəˌlɪpɪˈdiːmɪə) or

hyperlipidemia

n
(Pathology) an abnormally high level of lipids, esp cholesterol, in the blood, predisposing to atherosclerosis and other arterial diseases
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Noun1.hyperlipidaemia - 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
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4] Behavioural risk factors such as smoking, lack of exercise, high fat containing diet, stress, hyperlipidaemic status, alcohol intake are well known modifiable risk factors, whereas age, male sex and positive family history are non-modifiable risk factors of cardiovascular disease.
Ginkgo biloba leaf extract (EGb 761) diminishes adriamycin-induced hyperlipidaemic nephrotoxicity in rats: association with nitric oxide production.
The hyperlipidaemic state observed in the present study could be attributed to the mobilization of fats from the adipose tissue to the blood stream (Chajek- Shaul et al.
Mate tea ingestion produced a decreased lipid peroxidation products in hyperlipidaemic individual, the same research identified increase in serum antioxidant status level and superoxide dismutase activity after supplementation with yerba-mate (Acari et al.
Effect of pomegranate seed oil on hyperlipidaemic subjects: a double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial.
37) It also reported that the use of statin was associated with a reduced risk of depression in hyperlipidaemic patients.
Beneficial changes in serum apo A-1 and its ratio to apo B and HDL in stable hyperlipidaemic subjects after Ramadan fasting in Kuwait.
Studies have shown that oral administration of aqueous extracts of coriander seed in obese-hyperglycaemic and hyperlipidaemic rats decreased metabolic syndrome and atherosclerotic indices, and increased the cardio-protective indices (Aissaoui et al.
Morphological evidence for the antiatherogenic effect of scoparone in hyperlipidaemic diabetic rabbits.
To test for linear trend of ORs and determine p for trend across quartile of BMI or WC, we assigned the median BMI or WC to varying individuals as continuous variables in logistic regression for hypertensive vs non-hypertensive, diabetic vs non-diabetic hyperlipidaemic vs normolipidaemic subjects.