lipemia


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Noun1.lipemia - 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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li·pe·mi·a

n. lipemia, presencia anormal de grasa en la sangre.
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Stensel, "Exercise and postprandial lipemia: effect of continuous compared with intermittent activity patterns," The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol.
Soma-se a isso, a ocorrencia de lipemia, hemolise e atraso na recuperacao em gatos apos repetidas administracoes de propofol (ANDRESS et al., 1995; MATTHEWS et al., 2004; BLEY et al., 2007).
In 22 chapters, pathology and laboratory medicine professionals from the US and Canada discuss the effects of ethnicity, gender, age, diet, and exercise on laboratory test results; the effects of patient preparation and specimen collection; specimen misidentification and processing issues; endogenous factors like bilirubin, lipemia, and hemolysis; immunoassay formats and mechanisms of interference; the effects of herbal medicines; sources of errors for measuring common analytes in clinical chemistry; errors in biochemical genetics; issues related to measuring hormones, cancer biomarkers, and endocrinology testing; and issues of interferences in therapeutic drug monitoring, drug abuse testing, confirmation testing for drugs of abuse, and alcohol determination using automated analyzers.
Postprandial lipemia in relation to sterol and fat excretion in ileostomy subjects given oatbran and wheat test meals.
Lipemia retinalis in a 35-day-old infant with hyperlipoproteinemia: case report.
Los gatos heterocigotos en cambio, tienen concentraciones normales de trigliceridos en ayunas, pero extensa lipemia postprandial (KLUGER et al., 2009).
Dietary misconceptions among diabetics in subjects with type 1 diabetes and glycemia, hyperinsulinemia, and lipemia in subjects with type 2 diabetes.21