Iwona Baranowicz-Gąszczyk
Medical University of Lublin
ProcalcitoninReverse cholesterol transportInternal medicineEndocrinologySurgeryPathologyCardiologyChemistryPolyneuropathyAcyltransferaseOxidative stressPapillary renal cell carcinomasSympathetic nervous systemStatinInflammationHypertriglyceridemiaRenal cell carcinomaDyslipidemiaCholesterolResuscitationAryldialkylphosphataseKidney diseaseGuillain-Barre syndromeTriglycerideMediastinumDialysisLipoproteinKidneyImmunosuppressionKidney transplantationNeurological disorderGlomerulonephritisLeptinSkin hyperpigmentationArterio-venous fistulaHigh-density lipoprotein particleKidney transplant recipientPlanar scintigraphyRenal transplantChronic hemodialysisIn patientTracer uptakeMale patientTriglyceride rich lipoproteinCholesterylester transfer proteinNervous systemNephrologyDiabetes mellitusMetabolismApolipoprotein BHeart rate variabilityMedicineUrinary systemGastroenterology
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Serum levels of lipids and lipoproteins were determined in 98 post-renal transplant fasting patients, and lipids and non-high density lipoprotein-cholesterol (non-HDL-C) and lipid ratios in the same post-renal transplant non-fasting patients were compared. The reference group was 87 healthy subjects. All patients were divided into two groups: patients with dyslipidemia (n = 69) and patients with normolipidemic (n = 29). The post-renal transplant patients (TX) with dyslipidemia had a significantl...
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