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Clinical case of combined genetic pathology in a patient
Family hypercholesterolemia (HSX) is a form of genetically deterministic increase in blood lipid levels associated with a high risk of cardiovascular disease, usually at a young age. HSX is a common genetic disease found in the general population in most countries in 1:500 people. Clinically xantomas are found in achilles tendor and wrist flexors, lipoid arc of the cornea, concentration of total cholesterol and low-density lipoproteins is 4.911.6 mmol/l. Gilberts syndrome is a hereditary benigndoi:10.26442/00403660.2020.12.200435 pmid:33720592 fatcat:bkgzytgsbzcjbbrakfxengvp4y