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Synonyms for hyperlipidaemia

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2 A long history of DM, HT and hyperlipidaemia under poor control further suggested the possibility of multiple thrombosis or stenosis.
Thyroid disease is easy to miss clinically and is a relatively common cause of secondary hyperlipidaemia.
001, which showed that hyperlipidaemia has a statistically significant association with tinnitus.
The prevalence of hyperlipidaemia was almost similar among the controlled and uncontrolled type 2 DM cases (Table 6 and 7).
The patient had a history of longstan ding poorly-controlled diabetes, hypertension and hyperlipidaemia.
Diabetes may cause secondary hyperlipidaemia, and hyperglycaemia is an important contributor to cardiovascular risk.
The prevalent cases were more likely to be people of mixed ancestry, and this group had more hypertension, DM, hyperlipidaemia, IHD, pericardial disease and cardiomyopathy and higher New York Heart Association (NYHA) functional class than incident cases.
Detailed history was taken regarding the demographics, chief complaints including the duration of problem, presence of systemic diseases like hypertension, diabetes mellitus and hyperlipidaemia.
Taken together, curcumin could be used as a safe and well-tolerated adjunct to statins to control hyperlipidaemia more effectively than statins alone.
Common risk factors of heart failure include high blood pressure, diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidaemia leading to CAD, cigarette smoking, khat chewing and obesity, many of which are associated with a more Western-type lifestyle and are presently highly prevalent in the Middle-East population.
Participants were to have had T2D for at least two years, be older than 25 years, and have had hyperlipidaemia and hyperglycaemia at study commencement despite treatment with statins and oral hypoglycaemic drugs for at least three months.
The greatest co morbidity risk factors for cognitive impairment identified in the participants were vascular risk factors, such as: current nicotine smoking (31%), those with hypercholesterolaemia (65%), hyperlipidaemia (50%), or hypertension (25%) (table 3).
6,7 Hyperlipidaemia causes endothelial dysfunction due to reduced bioavailability of nitric oxide and breakdown of blood retinal barrier leading to exudation of serum lipids and lipoproteins which results in DR changes and diabetic macular odema (DME) formation.
6] Admixture of primary and secondary causes is especially evident in Fredrickson hyperlipidaemia types III, IV and V, where predisposing variant genes are stressed by diet, obesity with insulin resistance, hormonal derangements and alcohol intake.