[Serum lipoprotein profile in newly recognized arterial hypertension. The role of atherogenic lipoproteins in the pathogenesis of disease].

Abstract

New examination approaches in biochemical analysis of lipoproteins can identify and quantify atherogenic plasma lipoproteins, including small dense LDL and characterise a lipoprotein spectrum as a non-atherogenic lipoprotein profile phenotype A, respectively as an atherogenic lipoprotein profile phenotype B. Identification of a non-aterogenic hypercholesterolemia (48%), atherogenic hypertriglyceridemia (93%), atherogenic normolipemia (13%) in patients with arterial hypertension and an atherogenic normolipemia in control group of healthy subjects (7%), is an essential contribution of this new laboratory diagnostics.

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@article{Oravec2010SerumLP, title={[Serum lipoprotein profile in newly recognized arterial hypertension. The role of atherogenic lipoproteins in the pathogenesis of disease].}, author={Stanislav Oravec and Andrej Duk{\'a}t and Peter Gavorn{\'i}k and M Caprdna and Milos Kucera}, journal={Vnitr̆ní lékar̆ství}, year={2010}, volume={56 9 Suppl}, pages={967-71} }