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CV-Pathology

QuestionAnswer
Most common type of hyperlipidemia
Abnormal values expected for hyperlipidemia
How to calculate LDL
What causes false low LDL results
What is the National Guidelines for Cholesterol testing?
What is the National Guidelines for Cholesterol treatment?
What is the optimal value for each lab?
What is optimal value for pt w/ 1 risk factor?
What is optimal value for pt w/ 2 risk factor?
What is optimal value for pt w/ more than 2 risk factor?
Which lab test used to evaluate VAsulitic disorders
What is Ab target for cANCA- What disorders are they associated with?
What is Ab target for pANCA- What disorders are they associated with?
Difference bw normal hemostasis and thrombosis
Which lab tests used to evaluate platelet vs. coagulation
Chylomicrons does what? Transport TG from intestines to liver, skeletal muscle and adipose tissue
VLDL abbreviated for what? and does what? -VLDL = Very Low Density Lipoproteins -Carry newly synthesized TG from liver to adipose tissue
IL abbreviated for what? what is its TG/Cholesterol (CH) composition? Not detected where? -IL = Intermediate density Lipoprotein -50%TG + 50% CH -Not detectable in blood
LDL abbreviated for what? does what? how is it cleared from blood? LDL= Low Density Lipoprotein Transport Cholesterol from liver to cells of body Removed from blood by LDL receptors n peripheral tissue.
HDL abbreviated for what? Does what? synthesized where? HDL= High Density Lipoprotein Collect cholesterol from tissues & vascular endothelium to return to liver Synthesized in liver & small intestine
Types of Hyperlipidemia
Created by: DO2B