Cholesterolemia


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Cholesterolemia

 

(also cholesterinemia), the cholesterol content in blood. A high cholesterol level, or hypercholesterolemia, is found to be associated with the nephrotic syndrome, cholangitis, and some metabolic diseases, including atherosclerosis, diabetes mellitus, and podagra. A low level of cholesterol, or hypocholesterolemia, is observed in such diseases as thyrotoxicosis, Addison’s disease, and colitis.

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The results of platelet count and mean platelet volume were found to be significantly different among cholesterolemia group (Table-3); however, posthoc comparison did not show these results to be significantly different between all the groups.
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Statistically significant association of hypercholesterolemia, hypertriglyceridemia, hypo HDL cholesterolemia and VLDL-C was found with advancing age while only hypertriglyceridemia and VLDL-C showed a positive association with duration of diabetes.
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First, an insulin-independent model was developed, which possesses clinical phenotype of glycemic response impaired, A1c glycohemoglobin elevated, and dyslipidemia with hypertriglyceridemia and cholesterolemia (VLDL and LDL fractions elevated with HDL decrement), despite hyperinsulinemia present as it happens in type 2 diabetes mellitus.
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