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Familial mixed hyperlipidemia

Familial mixed hyperlipidemia (FCH) was first recognized as an independent disease in 1973. This type of dyslipidemia is the most common in patients with coronary heart disease under the age of 60 (11.3%). The incidence of FCH in the general population is 1% ~ 2%. Other studies have shown that FCH is the most common type of dyslipidemia in patients with unexplained ischemic stroke over the age of 40. The most prominent feature of FCH is that patients with different types of hyperlipidemia are found in the same family, and have a positive family history of myocardial infarction under the age of 60.

Symptoms

Familial hypercholesterolemia

Acute laryngeal wind

Intermittent dependent torsade de pointe ventricular tachycardia

Acute bronchiolitis

Familial abnormality β Lipoproteinemia

Acute lung abscess

Corrected transposition of great arteries

Acute mediastinitis

Familial apolipoprotein B100 deficiency

Beriberi heart disease

Decompression sickness

Hyperthyroid heart disease

Tuberculous pericarditis

Tuberculous empyema

Hypoparathyroidism cardiomyopathy

Nodular cardiomyopathy

Hyperparathyroidism cardiomyopathy

Traumatic embolism of carotid artery

Hypothyroid cardiomyopathy

Carotid sinus syndrome

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