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lipemia

[li′pē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
The presence of a fine emulsion of fatty substance in the blood. Also known as lipidemia; lipoidemia.
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28) In addition, out of the 31 birds sampled in this study, only one sample was lipemic, and that was from a yellow-naped Amazon parrot with a history of reproductive behavior.
Visceral fat accumulation determines postprandial lipemic response, lipid peroxidation, DNA damage, and endothelial dysfunction in non-obese Korean men.
Differential lipemic and hormone responses to oral and parenteral 17B-estradiol in postmenopausl women.
Parenteral nutrition will include dextrose as 50% of the calories and a 20% lipids solution as the remaining 50% of the calories, unless contraindicated by production of ketones or blood samples too lipemic to accurately run labs.
Liquichek Serum Indices monitors an instrument's ability to detect interferences from hemolyzed, icteric, and lipemic specimens.
Blood was drawn for routine blood tests, but the specimen was lipemic.
Lipemic samples cause inhomogeneity and therefore hemolysis causes constituents of blood cells to be released in serum.
The most common preanalytical cause of lipemic samples is inadequate time of blood sampling after the meal (See the next abstract) or parenteral administration of synthetic lipid emulsions.
Lipemic samples are often seen following collection after heavy meals or the due to pre existing metabolic disorder (hyperlipoproteinemias).
Those differences might be related to biological variables like lipemic, icteric or hemolised samples; crossing reactions or individuals undergoing treatment.