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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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Grandjean, "Aerobic exercise and postprandial lipemia in men with the metabolic syndrome," Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, vol.
Effects of prior exercise on lipemia after a meal of moderate fat content.
Efeitos do exercicio agudo na lipemia pos-prandial em homens sedentarios, Universidade federal de Sao Paulo, Escola Paulista de Medicina, Sao Paulo, 2005.
Eruptive xanthomas and lipemia retinalis present when plasma triglycerides concentration > 2000 and 4000 mg/dl respectively.
For a book published primarily in Oxford and for the Nutrition Society it is perhaps a sign of the times that US spelling is used for 'anemia', 'fiber', and 'lipemia'.
In the succeeding years, the cluster of problems that are associated with Syndrome X has increased to include smaller and denser LDL [`bad'] cholesterol particles and an increase in postprandial lipemia, which is the accumulation of triglyceride-rich lipoproteins in the blood after meals and throughout the day as you eat.
Possibly, severe lipemia may have led to cardiovascular compromise or an embolic event.
Specimens revealing obvious hemolysis, lipemia, and icterus were excluded.
Calculated mean corpuscular hemoglobin and mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration indices on automated cell counters can be falsely elevated and trigger a delta check alert because of their heightened sensitivity from interference in hemoglobin measurements caused by lipemia or by falsely low red blood cell counts caused by cold agglutinins.
There are a number of substances that have been reported to interfere with spectrophotometric methods for the measurement of total calcium including hemolysis, icterus, lipemia, paraproteins, magnesium, and gadolinium in contrast agents (4).