retinalis), hepatosplenomegaly (enlargement of the liver and spleen), and neurological symptoms. … hypertriglyceridemia can lead to specific symptoms: both familial chylomicronemia and primary mixed hyperlipidemia include skin symptoms (eruptive xanthoma), eye abnormalities (lipemia … retinalis is the finding of lipemic blood in retinal vessels Elevated levels of chylomicrons can cause chylomicronemia syndrome, which is characterized by recurrent nausea
If an ophthalmological examination is carried out, lipemiaretinalis may be detected. … As a rule of thumb, both eruptive xanthoma and lipemiaretinalis are indicative of serum triglyceride levels above 1500 mg/dl.
The most commonly found ophthalmologic abnormalities occurring in patients with hyperlipidemia include corneal arcus, lipemiaretinalis, and xanthelasma. … Complications include retinal vein occlusion, acute pancreatitis, steatosis, and organomegaly, and lipemiaretinalis.