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205 Possible Causes for Hyperlipidemia, Insulin Resistance, Lipoma

  • Familial Partial Lipodystrophy

    TP53 expression was reduced in all types of lipomas.[] The characterization of the lipoprotein subfractions revealed that affected children present with hyperlipidemia.[] The findings in FPLD indicate that defective structure of the nuclear envelope produces a phenotype of insulin resistance.[]

  • Familial Combined Hyperlipidemia

    ) ( Familial Partial Lipodystrophy,) Telangiectasia (80 %) Fabry Disease (80 %) ( Anderson fabry Disease, Angiokeratoma Corporis Diffusum,) Liposarcoma (80 %) ( Atypical Lipoma[] Family studies demonstrated cosegregation of these APOE mutations with hyperlipoproteinemia.[] The degree of insulin resistance was associated with the lipid phenotype expression, and a change in insulin-resistant state was associated with a change in lipid phenotype[]

  • Multiple Symmetric Lipomatosis

    Allelic loss for the D11S146 locus was found only in one visceral MEN 1-associated lipoma.[] It is usually asymptomatic and may be associated with diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidemia, hyperuricemia, macrocytic anemia, and oral cancer.[] Glucose tolerance, insulin resistance in the oral glucose tolerance test and insulin-releasing test were studied.[]

  • Lipodystrophy

    Back of your neck and shoulders, sometimes called a "buffalo hump" You could also get fatty growths, called lipomas, in other parts of your body.[] Other treatments not specific for lipodystrophy may be helpful as well (eg, metformin for diabetes, and statins or fibrates for hyperlipidemia).[] Patients with PLL had poor metabolic control and marked insulin resistance compared to subjects with type 2 diabetes.[]

  • Familial Multiple Lipomatosis

    Complete elimination was not observed in any lipoma.[] Patients also often have polyneuropathy, liver disease, and metabolic syndrome with abnormal glucose tolerance, and hyperlipidemia.[] Excessive fat storage (obesity), as well as the inability to store fat (lipodystrophy), is associated with insulin resistance.[]

  • Launois Syndrome

    Abstract Launois-Bensaude syndrome (benign symmetric lipoma-tosis) is a rare disease characterized by symmetric fat deposits localized in the cervical region, shoulders and[] The syndrome is often associated with features of metabolic syndrome such as diabetes mellitus, hyperuricemia, hyperlipidemia and hypertension and is associated with polyneuropathy[] Benign symmetric lipomatosis is a rare syndrome, clinically described as multiple nonencapsulated lipomas of various sizes and symmetrical distribution.[]

  • Lipoatrophic Diabetes Mellitus

    In the present case, pioglitazone caused proliferation of the rest of the adipocytes and subcutaneous axillary lipoma growth.[] Abstract This report describes a patient with lipoatrophic diabetes mellitus (LDM), which is a rare clinical syndrome characterized by lipoatrophy and severe insulin resistance[] Textual support number: 1 DEF A disorder characterized by complete absence of subcutaneous adipose tissue, insulin-resistant diabetes with little tendency to ketoacidosis, hyperlipidemia[]

  • Lipidemia

    Lipoma A benign tumor of fat cells. Lithotomy Removal of a stone. We thank you for using the Health Dictionary to search for Lipidemia .[] Hyperlipoproteinemia type V [ edit ] Hyperlipoproteinemia type V, also known as mixed hyperlipoproteinemia familial or mixed hyperlipidemia, [13] is very similar to type I[] In conclusion, normotriglyceridemic type 2 diabetic patients with insulin resistance but relatively preserved insulin secretion show low fasting HDLc and increased HL, but[]

  • Acquired Partial Lipodystrophy

    ED INTERVENTO C LIPOMA DELLA MAMMELLA GRANDE C LIPOMA EPIDIDIMO:INTERVENTO B LIPOMA RENALE C LIPOMA:SE FRATTURA PATOLOGICA B LIPOMA:SE INTERVENTO B LIPOMATOSI DEL TENUE C[] Majority of patients with PL appear normal, whereas there is evidence supporting an association with renal disorders, autoimmune function, hepatomegaly, hyperlipidemia, and[] Unlike generalized forms of the disease, no insulin resistance occurs. We present three boys with acquired partial lipodystrophy having C(3) hypocomplementemia.[]

  • Fatty Liver

    […] control, excess abdominal weight, discomfort under the right rib cage, elevated cholesterol, coated tongue, poor immune health, increasing allergies, poor blood sugar control, lipomas[] […] bisecting N-acetylglucosamine (GlcNAc) [FBG2n/FG2n and FBG2n/(FG2n FBG2n)], after controlling age, gender, and prevalence of obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia[] Insulin resistance (IR) is proposed to be an underlying pathogenic factor in the development and progression of disease.[]

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