M Mur Llorente

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We have studied serum lipid levels and dietetic intake in 38 children whose parents had ischemic heart disease (HPCI) before 55 years of age and in a control group (n = 114). In the HPCI group, 25% had serum levels of total cholesterol higher than 200 mg/dl; only 2 children presented elevated levels of LDL and apo B. Dietetic intakes in both groups were(More)
A series of 439 children (245 boys and 194 girls) ranged between 2.0 and 18.0 years of age have been studied January 1987 to April 1990. They belonged to four groups: I) 306 children (163 boys and 143 girls), "control group"; II) 31 children (22 boys and 9 girls) whose parents had some type of dyslipoproteinemia (HPDLP); III) 38 children (24 boys and 14(More)
Apolipoprotein (apo)-beta is an atherosclerotic risk factor in adults and children. In families with Familial Combined Hyperlipidemia (FCH) it has been described as a lipoprotein phenotype called Hyperapobetalipoproteinemia (Hyperapo-beta) and characterized by increased numbers of small, dense and apo-beta enriched low density lipoproteins. In our Lipids(More)
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