Combined hyperlipidemia: familial but not (usually) monogenic.


PURPOSE OF REVIEW Combined hyperlipidemia (CHL) is a complex phenotype that is commonly encountered clinically and is often associated with the expression of early heart disease. The affixed adjective 'familial' gives the impression that the trait is monogenic, like familial hypercholesterolemia. But despite significant efforts, genetic studies have yielded… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/MOL.0000000000000270


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@article{Brahm2016CombinedHF, title={Combined hyperlipidemia: familial but not (usually) monogenic.}, author={Amanda J. Brahm and Robert A Hegele}, journal={Current opinion in lipidology}, year={2016}, volume={27 2}, pages={131-40} }