What is Lipoprotein?

Lipoprotien is a combination of lipids and protien which take part in metabolism of cholestrol, free fatty acids and triglycerides as transporter.

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I am 38 , male, suffering from dipepsia from last two months, i take sompraz L from 15 days and sucraday, but still problem persist i got my stool...

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chronic amoebiasis can cause loss of appetite,chronic pain in abdomen and dyspepsia.
you are taking anti...

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this question is about cholesterol what is HDL & LDL AN TRIGLYCERIDE... ALSO WHAT NUMBER CONSIDER HIGH OR TO LOW..THANK...

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Components of Lipid Profile.

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Thanks for your question.
Noted your concern.

- HDL: is a High Density Lipoprotein...

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please look on attached report what is hilited and what is cause

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Your report is excellent, absolutely nothing to worry about.

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Thanks for posting your query.


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