Lipodystrophy is an independent predictor of hypertriglyceridemia during pregnancy in HIV-infected women.

Abstract

Lipid values were measured during pregnancy in HIV-infected, treatment-experienced women. A previous history of lipodystrophy was associated with significantly higher triglyceride values at all pregnancy trimesters. In multivariate analyses lipodystrophy independently increased the risk of hypertriglyceridemia by threefold at the first trimester, and by… (More)

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