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What are the signs and symptoms of Type III Hyperlipoproteinemia?

Type III hyperlipoproteinemia is a genetic disorder characterized by high blood cholesterol and triglycerides, leading to atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease. Signs and symptoms of Type ...

What is Apolipoprotein E?

Apolipoproteins are proteins that have binding affinity for lipids to form packages called lipoproteins. They are responsible for transporting lipids through the lymphatic and circulatory ...

What are symptoms of cardiovascular disease?

Hypercholesterolemia (high LDL-cholesterol levels) and hyperlipoproteinemia type III can often go undiagnosed until serious health issues arise. However, if an early diagnosis is made, and ...

How do you diagnose elevated cholesterol levels?

A simple blood test can be taken to check cholesterol levels. This analysis usually gives a measure of the “good” HDL cholesterol, the “bad” LDL ...

How is atherosclerosis diagnosed?

The diagnosis of atherosclerosis is based on a combination of medical history, a physical exam and test results.

How is Hyperlipoproteinemia Type III diagnosed?

The diagnosis of hyperlipoproteinemia Type III is also based on a combination of factors – symptoms, medical history and test results.

What is the cardiovascular disease (APOE) DNA test?

A DNA test from a simple, non-invasive cheek swab can identify which APOE alleles an individual has. This test can be done at any age, even before ...

What will the cardiovascular disease (APOE) DNA test results tell me?

Cardiovascular disease is a very common disease causing more than 30 million heart attacks and strokes worldwide every year.

How Does APOE Genotype Influence the Response to Treatment?

Although a heart-healthy lifestyle is recommended for everyone, whether or not they are at risk of cardiovascular disease, this approach may not be effective for ...

What treatment options are available for cardiovascular disease?

The aims of treatments for cardiovascular disease are to relieve symptoms, reduce risk factors and the risk of blood clots, widen (or bypass) clogged arteries ...

What will the Alzheimer’s Disease DNA test results tell me?

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive brain disorder characterized initially by memory loss…

What is refractory celiac disease?

The aberrant immune response causing celiac disease is triggered by the consumption of gluten.
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