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TITLE:

HYPERLIPIDEMIA IN YOUNG AGE: CASE REPORT

AUTHORS:

Asif Raza Gill, Muhammad Afzal, Ms. Hajra Sarwar

ABSTRACT:

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to determine the prevalence of hyperlipidemia in a population. Hyperlipidemia is a noteworthy risk factor for cardiovascular disarranges. Cardiovascular disarranges or disorders are the main source of death in Pakistan. TVD (Tripplevessels disease) because of hyperlipidemia is extremely uncommon in young age.Conclusion: TVD (Tripplevessels disease) because of hyperlipidemia is extremely uncommon in young age. Hyperlipidemia along with a number of other risk factors, some known others unknown predisposes to Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) and its dreaded complications. The pose of this study was to determine the prevalence of hyperlipidemia in a population.Hyperlipidemia is a noteworthy hazard factor for cardiovascular disarranges. Cardiovascular disarranges or disorders are the main source of death in Pakistan. Hyperlipidemia has high mortality and horribly in light of the fact that it is the significant risk factor for developing stroke and cardiovascuar issue. TVD (Tripplevessels disease) because of hyperlipidemia is extremely uncommon in young age.This study expects to give mindfulness about hyperlipidemia just as a refreshed information about the study of disease transmission and risk factor of hyperlipidemia.Adults with prolonged exposure to even moderate elevations in non–high-density lipoprotein cholesterol have elevated risk for future CHD. Background:Hyperlipidemia is a potent risk factor for coronary heart disease (CHD) and is present in a substantial proportion of young adults. Many young adults with hyperlipidemia do not meet statin treatment criteria under the new AHA/ACC cholesterol guidelines as they focus on 10 to 12-year cardiovascular risk. We evaluated the association between years of exposure to hypercholesterolemia in early adulthood and future coronary heart disease (CHD) risk.

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