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Serum lipid parameters and the prevalence of corneal arcus in a dyslipidaemic patient population
(Clinics Cardiv Publishing, 2004-08)
Aim: To determine whether an association exists between plasma lipoprotein constituents and the prevalence of corneal arcus in dyslipidaemic patients. Methods: Adult patients (n = 115) were included if their fasting total ...
Abnormal serum lipoprotein levels as a risk factor for the development of human lenticular opacities
(Clinics Cardiv Publishing, 2003-04)
Aim: To determine whether an association exists between the different plasma lipoprotein constituents and the prevalence of lenticular opacities in dyslipidaemic subjects. Methods: Adult patients (n = 115) of both genders ...
Cortical lens opacities in the young patient - an indication for a lipogram?
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 2001)
Aim. To determine the characteristics and prevalence of lenticular opacification in patients with underlying dyslipidaemia. Methods. Eighty patients of both genders and all ages (18 - 90 years) were enrolled in the trial ...