Biochemistry MCQ 002

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A patient with familial hypercholesterolemia undergoes a detailed serum lipid and lipoprotein analysis. Studies demonstrate elevated cholesterol in the form of increased LDL without elevation of other lipids. This patient's hyperlipidemia is best classified as which of the following types?

A. Type 1
B. Type 2a
Hyperlipidemia: Diagnosis and Management (A Hodder Arnold Publication)C. Type 2b
D. Type 3
E. Type 5

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Anonymous said...
10/23/2008 12:29 AM

Type IIa
Familial hypercholesterolemia
This may be sporadic (due to dietary factors), polygenic, or truly familial as a result of a mutation either in the LDL receptor gene on chromosome 19 (0.2% of the population) or the ApoB gene (0.2%).
this lead to increased in only LDL
because their is the problem in LDL recepter

Anonymous said...
3/17/2009 5:47 PM

TYPE2b

Anonymous said...
11/09/2010 8:26 AM

TYPE iia- high cholesterol, high LDL

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