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Collegium antropologicum, Vol.30 No.4 December 2006. -

Lipid and apolipoprotein serum levels as a consequence of excessive nutrition in the overweight individuals with familial

combined hyperlipidemia FCHL in comparison with the obese ones are studied only sporadically. In this study,

the effect of overweight and obesity in subjects with FCHL on serum lipids and apolipoproteins was investigated. The

participants were 36 overweight and 10 obese men. 17 normolipidemic healthy men served as the control group. The

mean age of all subjects included was 49±9 years. Lipid and apolipoprotein serum levels were determined by standard

methods. The increased body weight in overweight men with FCHL correlates with increased cholesterol and triacylglycerol

serum levels p



Author: Judita Koprovičová - Jozef Kollár - Darina Petrášová -

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