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glycoprotein IIb/IIa inhibitors for p. 445
glycoprotein IIb/IIa inhibitors p. 445
hyperlipidemia p. 307
atherosclerosis and p. 308
atypical antipsychotics p. 597
glomerular filtration barrier and p. 605
immunosuppressants p. 118
nephrotic syndrome p. 619
thiazides p. 633
hyperlipidemia signs p. 307
glycoprotein IIb/IIa inhibitors as cause p. 445
hyperlipidemia and p. 307
Hyperlipidemia is a condition where you have high levels of lipids in your blood, specifically above 200 mg/dL of triglycerides and above 190 mg/dL of cholesterol. Among the causes of hyperlipidemia are genetic predisposition, high-fat diet, and sedentary lifestyle. There are also secondary causes like diabetes mellitus, metabolic disorders such as hypothyroidism. Hyperlipidemia can lead to cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases such as myocardial infarction and stroke.
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