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Relationship between bilirubin, apolipoprotein B, and coronary artery disease
Annals of Clinical and Laboratory Science
Lipoprotein lipids and apo B from 254 male patients were compared with bilirubin as a risk factor for coronary artery disease (CAD). Patients were classified as: 1, Normal, all vessels < 20% stenosis, n = 83; or 2, CAD, at least one vessel > 70%, n = 171. Diagnostic accuracy was assessed by receiver operator characteristic curves (ROC). Corrections were made for possible confounding variables in the multivariate analysis. Upon ROC analysis, bilirubin showed an inverse relationship with risk ofpmid:9142370 fatcat:3cehyxcavff2de6j53avy6memu