Definition of Hyperlipemia

1. Noun. Presence of excess lipids in the blood.




Definition of Hyperlipemia

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyperlipemia

hyperkyphotic
hyperkähler
hyperlactation
hyperlegible
hyperlens
hyperleukocytosis
hyperlexia
hyperlexic
hyperlight
hyperlink
hyperlinkage
hyperlinked
hyperlinking
hyperlinks
hyperlipaemia
hyperlipemia (current term)
hyperlipemias
hyperlipemic
hyperlipidaemia
hyperlipidaemias
hyperlipidemia
hyperlipidemias
hyperlipidemic
hyperlipoidaemia
hyperlipoidemia
hyperlipoproteinaemia
hyperlipoproteinaemia type III
hyperlipoproteinaemia type IV
hyperlipoproteinaemia type v
hyperlipoproteinaemias

Literary usage of Hyperlipemia

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"Patients with endogenous hyperlipemia were separable by the immunoassay into those with normal and those with supernormal low-density lipoprotein protein ..."

2. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (1903)
"Histidine was the only amino acid of nine studied which induced this hyperlipemia. The hyperlipemia involved all circulating lipids. ..."

3. The Harvey Lectures by Harvey Society of New York, New York Academy of Medicine (1918)
"Except after meals it seems probable that hyperlipemia is abnormal like hyperglycemia. ... Just as hyperglycemia, so also hyperlipemia may occur in various ..."

4. Practical Chemical Analysis of Blood: A Book Designed as a Brief Survey of by Victor Caryl Myers (1921)
"... of the prolonged diabetic hyperlipemia, since Bloor has found it lacking in the acute lipemia of overfeeding which is characterized by an increase in ..."

5. Alcohol and Health: Seventh Special Report to the Us Congress by Louis Sullivan (1997)
"... Tr^*-COLLAGEN hyperlipemia FIGURE 1. Mechanisms of liver injury induced by ethanol (ethyl alcohol, the intoxicating ingredient in alcoholic beverages). ..."

6. Ethnobotany and Medicinal Plants: Bibliography: January 1990-June 1991 by Susan A. McCarthy (1993)
"Language: English Descriptors: China; Japan; Rats; Traditional medicines; hyperlipemia; Medicinal plants 144 NAL Call No: 450 Q22 Effects of Ecballium ..."

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