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Evaluation of a mobile phone telemonitoring system for glycaemic control in patients with diabetes
We conducted a randomized controlled trial using mobile health technology in an ethnically diverse sample of 137 patients with complicated diabetes. Patients in the intervention group (n = 72) wereExpand
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Lecithin--cholesterol acyltransferase and the lipoprotein abnormalities of obstructive jaundice.
1. We have studied the plasma lipoprotein abnormalities in obstructive jaundice to test the hypothesis that the abnormalities would correlate with plasma lecithin--cholesterol acyltransferaseExpand
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Angiosarcoma of the liver in a vinyl-chloride worker.
Abstract A man aged 71 years died with angiosarcoma of the liver, an extremely rare tumour. For 20 years he had been a process worker in the manufacture of polyvinyl chloride from vinyl-chlorideExpand
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Lecithin-cholesterol acyltransferase and the lipoprotein abnormalities of parenchymal liver disease.
1. Detailed studies have been made of the plasma lipoprotein abnormalities in parenchymal liver disease to test the hypothesis that the abnormalities would correlate with plasma lecithin-cholesterolExpand
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Antiestrogenic Potency of Toremifene and Tamoxifen in Postmenopausal Women
In this nonblinded, controlled multicenter trial, postmenopausal women were randomly assigned to receive graded doses of toremifene and tamoxifen or no antiestrogen to assess dose-response levels andExpand
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Abnormal high density lipoproteins from patients with liver disease regulate cholesterol metabolism in cultured human skin fibroblasts.
Apolipoprotein B (apoB) of plasma low density lipoproteins (LDL) binds to high affinity receptors on many cell types. A minor subclass of high density lipoproteins (HDL), termed HDL1, which containsExpand
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Plasma Lipid and Lipoprotein Response to Fat Feeding in Alcoholic Liver Disease
Serum lipids and lipoproteins were analyzed after an overnight fast, and following a fatty meal in 10 patients with cirrhosis, 5 with fatty liver, and 5 normal subjects. Cirrhotic patients wereExpand
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Plasma lipid and lipoprotein response to carbohydrate feeding in cirrhotic patients.
Serum lipids and lipoproteins, and glucose and insulin, were measured after an overnight fast, and during 3 days of a eucaloric diet rich in carbohydrate, in 15 patients with cirrhosis and sevenExpand
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Cholesterol biosynthesis in transplantable hepatomas: evidence for impairment of uptake and storage of dietary cholesterol.
Cholesterol feeding inhibits cholesterol biosynthesis in normal but not in malignant liver tissue. It has been postulated that hepatomas have suffered a specific intracellular deletion of theExpand
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Erythrocyte echinocytosis in liver disease. Role of abnormal plasma high density lipoproteins.
Echinocytes were frequently found in patients with liver disease when their blood was examined in wet films, but rarely detected in dried, stained smears. When normal erythrocytes (discocytes) wereExpand
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