dyslipidosis

dyslipidosis

A nonspecific term for any inborn error of lipid metabolism.
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Dyslipidosis is the dominant cause of atherosclerosis which is also a facilitator of increasing reactive oxygen and will lead the oxidative stress phenomenon endothelial dysfunction and cardiovascular complications.
Bone marrow toxicity, skin rash, diarrhea, and dyslipidosis (difficulty in breaking down fat) were the most frequently reported complications.
Fat accumulation and dyslipidosis was seen in 25-42 % of children living with HIV who were interviewed in several surveys.