Non-HDL cholesterol should not generally replace LDL cholesterol in the management of hyperlipidaemia
Recently non-HDL cholesterol has been recommended to replace LDL cholesterol in the clinical management of dyslipidaemia routinely in general medical practice. The authors claim this is misguided.
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- Lp(a) measurement bias
- Polygenic hypercholesterolaemia: why do we want to know?
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- Ketogenic Diet and Lipids
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