lipaemia


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lipaemia

(lɪˈpiːmɪə) or

lipemia

n
(Pathology) pathol an abnormally large amount of fat in the blood
[from Greek lipos fat + -aemia]
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Noun1.lipaemia - 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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Lipaemia retinalis (white to creamy appearance of retinal blood vessels) may be visible on fundoscopy.
The intramuscular administration of leptin antibodies induces feed intake and increases glycaemia and lipaemia, which mimic the effect of leptin depletion in the ob/ob mouse model, and increases the expression of the leptin receptor in adipose tissue, the liver, and muscle [102].
Stragalinou et al., "Study of postprandial lipaemia in type 2 diabetes mellitus: exenatide versus liraglutide," Journal of Diabetes Research, vol.
Strength exercise and training in postprandial lipaemia. J Sports Med Phys Fitness.
The current work articulates research on ingestion of dietary fat as a substantial contributor to the levels of adiposity and lipaemia. First, the physiological events are integrated from high-fat food consumption at eating occasions to infiltration of circulating atherogenic lipoprotein particles into the arterial wall.
Laguna-Camacho, "Influence on adiposity and atherogenic lipaemia of fatty meals and snacks in daily life," Journal of Lipids, vol.
Effects of haemolysis, icterus and lipaemia on coagulation tests as performed on Stago STA-Compact-Max analyser.
The size, level of saturation, and positional distribution of fatty acids in TAGs derived from the diet are known to have important effects on cell lipids and lipaemia, whereby this food source could improve the health of the individual (ALMEIDA et al., 2009).
Hypertriglyceridaemia, postprandial lipaemia and non-HDL cholesterol.
The number of samples reported under lipaemia on our study reports is actually a measure of the turbidity of the sample.
Like any other turbidimetric assays, the VWF:Ac assay could theoretically be compromised by several analytical factors, such as interference with icteric, lipaemia, rheumatoid factor, haemolysis, and some specific medications.