from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See hyperlipidemia.
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- n. presence of excess lipids in the blood
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The use of Torisel is likely to result in hyperglycemia and hyperlipemia.
Most notable is hyperlipemia, a condition characterized by excessive fat mobilization from the adipose tissue that results in high lipid concentrations in the blood
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.
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.
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.