PMID: 7090359Jan 1, 1982Paper

Biochemical characteristic of arteriosclerosis and obesity in the industrial and agricultural complex of Burgas

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I GoranovK Avramova

Abstract

The following indices were determined in 444 subjects (healthy, patients with various forms of atherosclerosis and obese subjects) with the study of a representative population group from IAC--Burgas: total cholesterol, cholesterol in beta-lipoproteins, lecithin, cholesterol-lecithin index, total fats, beta-lipoproteins, esterified fatty acids and uric acid. The biochemical syndrome of atherosclerosis is characterized by moderate (and not ebigatorily in each case) increase of lipid indices and uric acid in serum. The hyperlipidmic syndrome is more frequent and better manisfested in the patients with obesity. That syndrome in the patients with body overweight could be considered to increase the risk of early atherosclerotic complications.

Related Concepts

Arteriosclerosis
Epicholesterol
Saturated Fat
LDL-1
Cholesteryl Linoleate, LDL
Obesity
Phosphatidylcholines

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