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What is Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia?

What is Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia?

  • Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia: Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia is a condition characterized by increased blood levels of low density lipoproteins (LDL) and apoprotein B (ApoB). This in turn causes high cholesterol levels. Lipoproteins are responsible for transporting cholesterol in the bloodstream and high levels of them in the bloodstream means that there are high levels of cholesterol in the bloodstream.

Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia: Introduction

Types of Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia:

Broader types of Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia:

How serious is Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia?

Prognosis of Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia: Prognosis varies depending on adherence and individual response to treatment plans. The aim is to prevent complications such as cardiovascular disease.
Complications of Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia: see complications of Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia

What causes Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia?

Causes of Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia: see causes of Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia

What are the symptoms of Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia?

Symptoms of Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia: see symptoms of Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia

Complications of Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia: see complications of Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia: Medical Geneticist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia.
Treatments for Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia: see treatments for Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia
Research for Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia: see research for Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia

Name and Aliases of Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia

Main name of condition: Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia

Other names or spellings for Type IIb Hyperlipoproteinemia:

Hyperlipoproteinemia, type IIb, Combined Hyperlipidemia

 

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