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PRIMARY. That which is first or principal; as primary evidence, or that evidence which is to be admitted in the first instance, as distinguished from secondary evidence, which is allowed only when primary evidence cannot be had.
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Genetics, diet, and lifestyle play important roles in the development of hyperlipidemia. Atherosclerosis is a process that starts relatively early in life, so maintaining a healthy lifestyle throughout your life is the best prevention strategy.
Effect of alendronate on serum TC levels (mg/dL) in Triton X-100-induced hyperlipidemia in rats
Cholesterol concentration provided the most parsimonious explanation of the hyperlipidemia prevalence at high elevation, but cholesterol + glucose, triglycerides + cholesterol, and glucose + triglycerides + cholesterol interactions also provided significant explanations for the hyperlipidemia phenomenon in the assessed population.
in 2005 (8.88+-5.21 years) among patients of diabetes evaluated for Microalbuminuria18 11% of the patients were smoker, 37% were hypertensive, 6% had hyperlipidemia, 62% had family history of diabetes and 30% had family history of hypertension.
Currently, six of the seven approved PIs have been linked with hyperlipidemia (Colagreco, 2004; Penzak & Chuck, 2000).
Conclusion: LPL genotype S474X is a common variant in Pakistani hyperlipidemia families that might have a possible role in triglycerides and HDL-cholesterol regulation.
Rana Tabassum said people with growing age are otherwise too at risk to be inflicted with hyperlipidemia which is consequent to natural changes in their body.
Researchers have recently discovered the association of circulating lipids with diseases including breast cancer.1 In Pakistan incidence of occurrence is 2-5 times higher than other countries and one out of nine females suffer from this disease.2 Breast cancer occurrence related hyperlipidemia was related with short breast feeding period, family breast cancer history due to mutation in BRCA1 and BRCA2.3 Obesity with high BMI was related with ER positive breast cancer irrespective of menopausal status.4 Infiltrating ductal carcinoma is an invasive type of breast cancer arising from the duct and infiltrate into the surrounding tissues.5
People are diagnosed as suffering from hyperlipidemia or high cholesterol issues when they have collective disorders that are characterised by abnormally high levels of lipids (fats) in the blood.
- According to a new report published by Albany, New York-based global market intelligence company Transparency Market Research (TMR), the surge in incidences of hypertension and hyperlipidemia is likely to spur the demand of cardiovascular drugs in the coming years (2017 to 2025), the company said.
Her medical interests include hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, obesity, anxiety and depression.