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  • noun presence of excess lipids in the blood

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  • Diseases which lead to accumulation - e.g. hyperlipemia, high triglycerides, high VLDL, high cholesterol, high lipofuschin and hypertrophy of prostate or obesity, must be considered as failure of MALAPRAKRIYA, in addition to DOSHA VAISHANYA and DHAATUV AISHAMYA.

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  • The use of Torisel is likely to result in hyperglycemia and hyperlipemia.

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  • The use of Torisel is likely to result in hyperglycemia and hyperlipemia.

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  • Diseases which lead to accumulation - e.g. hyperlipemia, high triglycerides, high VLDL, high cholesterol, high lipofuschin and hypertrophy of prostate or obesity, must be considered as failure of MALAPRAKRIYA, in addition to DOSHA VAISHANYA and DHAATUV AISHAMYA.

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  • Most notable is hyperlipemia, a condition characterized by excessive fat mobilization from the adipose tissue that results in high lipid concentrations in the blood

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  • The rate of weight loss achieved in the pony study described earlier (van Weyenberg et al.) did not result in hyperlipemia and is therefore likely a safe rate of loss.

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  • This report provides insight into the pipeline status of hyperlipemia drugs by company and by stage as well as a summary of the latest news and developments in this area.

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  • Diseases which lead to accumulation - e.g. hyperlipemia, high triglycerides, high VLDL, high cholesterol, high lipofuschin and hypertrophy of prostate or obesity, must be considered as failure of MALAPRAKRIYA, in addition to DOSHA VAISHANYA and DHAATUV AISHAMYA.

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  • Diseases which lead to accumulation - e.g. hyperlipemia, high triglycerides, high VLDL, high cholesterol, high lipofuschin and hypertrophy of prostate or obesity, must be considered as failure of MALAPRAKRIYA, in addition to DOSHA VAISHANYA and DHAATUV AISHAMYA.

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