Decreased HDL2 and HDL3 cholesterol, Apo A-I and Apo A-II, and increased risk of myocardial infarction.

@article{Buring1992DecreasedHA,
  title={Decreased HDL2 and HDL3 cholesterol, Apo A-I and Apo A-II, and increased risk of myocardial infarction.},
  author={Julie E. Buring and Gerald T O'connor and Samuel Z. Goldhaber and Bernard Rosner and Peter N. Herbert and Conrad B. Blum and Jan L. Breslow and Charles H. Hennekens},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={1992},
  volume={85 1},
  pages={22-9}
}
BACKGROUND A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction (MI) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI. At present, however, the roles, if any, of the major subfractions of HDL, namely, HDL2 and HDL3, have not been clarified. In addition, the relation of… CONTINUE READING

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Decreased HDL2 and HDL3 cholesterol , Apo A - I and Apo A - II , and increased risk of myocardial infarction .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
A large and consistent body of evidence supports the judgment that elevation of total plasma blood cholesterol is a cause of myocardial infarction ( MI ) and that high levels of low density lipoprotein ( LDL ) cholesterol have a positive relation and high levels of high density lipoprotein ( HDL ) cholesterol an inverse relation with MI .
Levels of LDL and very low density lipoprotein cholesterol and triglycerides were also higher among cases than controls , but only for triglycerides was the difference statistically significant after adjustment for coronary risk factors and other lipids ( p = 0.044 ) .
Levels of LDL and very low density lipoprotein cholesterol and triglycerides were also higher among cases than controls , but only for triglycerides was the difference statistically significant after adjustment for coronary risk factors and other lipids ( p = 0.044 ) .
Decreased HDL2 and HDL3 cholesterol , Apo A - I and Apo A - II , and increased risk of myocardial infarction .
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