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Lp(a) Hyperlipoproteinämie

Die Lp(a) Hypercholesterinämie ist durch besonders hohe Lp(a)-Spiegel definiert. Meist werden gleichzeitig hohe LDL-Cholesterinwerte gemessen. Die Lp(a)-Werte korrelieren mit dem Risiko für arteriosklerotische Herz- und Gefäßewrkrankungen. Die genetische Ursache liegt in einer Copy-Number Variation innerhalb des LPA-Gens.

Gliederung

Hypercholesterinämie
Autosomal dominante Hypercholesterinämie 1
Autosomal dominante Hypercholesterinämie 2
Autosomal dominante Hypercholesterinämie 3
Autosomal rezessive Hypercholesterinämie
Lp(a) Hyperlipoproteinämie
LPA
Veranlagung für hohes LDL-Cholesterin

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