Rationale for Treatment of Hyperglyceridemia

Albrink, Margaret J.
October 1963
Annals of Internal Medicine;Oct63, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p581
Academic Journal
Editorial. Discusses the rationale for hyperglyceridemia treatment. Blood lipid circulation; Increase in plasma triglycerides; Metabolic intolerance to fat.


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