exogenous hyperglyceridemia

ex·og·e·nous hy·per·glyc·er·i·de·mi·a

persistent hyperglyceridemia due to retarded rate of removal from plasma of chylomicrons of dietary origin; occurs in alcoholism, hypothyroidism, insulinopenic diabetes mellitus, types I and V hyperlipoproteinemia, and during acute pancreatitis.

ex·og·e·nous hy·per·glyc·er·i·de·mi·a

(eks-oj'ĕ-nŭs hī'pĕr-glis'ĕr-i-dē'mē-ă)
Persistent form of the disorder due to retarded rate of removal from plasma of chylomicrons of dietary origin.