Deadly quartet | definition of deadly quartet by Medical dictionary
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deadly quartet A term referring to the four major clinical findings associated with increased risk of cardiovascular mortality and morbidity:
• Obesity—especially upper body obesity;
• Insulin resistance or glucose intolerance;
• Hypertriglyceridaemia; and
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It was just like old times with that deadly quartet
of Galwey, Halvey, Foley and Quinlan ruling with a iron fist.
WITH two hockey sticks tattooed on his left arm to symbolise the team work the sport requires to shine, the 24-yearold VR Raghunath forms a deadly quartet
of Indian hit men.
Niall Cutter (2-1), Gabriel Hebron (2-2), George Pickering (2-7) and Deighton Widdowfield (2-14) were the deadly quartet