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Hypertriglyceridemia

Hypertriglyceridemia (HTG) is a heterogeneous disorder of triglyceride protein synthesis or degradation. It refers to triglycerides in blood, mainly chylomicrons and precursor β- The content of lipoprotein is the highest, which is closely related to the formation of atherosclerosis. The increase of triglyceride is of great significance to the occurrence of coronary heart disease. The value of serum triglyceride increase is greater than that of cholesterol, especially myocardial infarction. 82% of myocardial infarction patients have hypertriglyceridemia, while only 47% of high cholesterol patients. Primary hyperlipidemia, obesity, arteriosclerosis, obstructive jaundice, diabetes, extreme anemia, nephrotic syndrome, pancreatitis, hypothyroidism, long-term hunger and high fat diet can be increased. After drinking, triglycerides can be falsely increased.

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Hyperkalemia

Sjogren's syndrome

Cold

Hypertensive nephropathy

Myelodysplastic syndrome

Myeloproliferative disease

Myelofibrosis

bone marrow transplantation

hepatopathy

Bone infection

osteomyelitis

Septic shock

Anaphylactic shock

Allergic conjunctivitis

altitude stress

Liver abscess

Femoral nerve injury

Osteoarthritis

Femoral neck fracture

Hookworm disease

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