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A Case of Type IIa Hyperlipoproteinemia with Xanthoma Striatum Palmare

Nam YH, Yoon TJ

  • KMID: 1590948
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2005 Feb;43(2):258-260.
We report a case of type IIa hyperlipoproteinemia associated with xanthoma planum and xanthoma striatum palmare. The laboratory findings showed increased serum cholesterol and triglyceride on the lipid profile, and...
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Two Cases of Hyperlipoproteinemia

Kim SW, Chun KH, Lee ES, Lee CJ

  • KMID: 1729370
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 1982 Feb;20(1):101-107.
We report two cases of hyperlipoproteinernia(HLP) with various cutaneous xanthomas. Case 1 was a 12-year-old girl, who had tuberous, tendinous, and plane cutaneous xanthomas and corneal arcus of the left...
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A Case of Type IIa Hyperlipoproteinemia with Xanthoma Tuberosum

Lee JH

  • KMID: 1863744
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2000 Mar;38(3):443-445.
We report a 30-year-old male who had type IIa hyperlipoproteinemia associated with xanthoma tuberosum. Yellowish nodules first appeared on the right elbow 12 years ago and gradually increased in size and number...
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A Case of Hyperlipoproteinemia Type II b with Diabetes Mellitus

Kim TJ, Chyung EJ, Park SY, Yang SK, Kim JT

  • KMID: 1678640
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 1982 Dec;20(6):985-989.
A 32-year-old male patient with uncontrolled diabetes mellitus was affected with hyperlipoproteinemia type II His skin lesion showed yellowish papulsr tuberoruptive xanthoma on forearm, shoulder, elbow and knee. Besides skin...
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A Case of Xanthoma Tuberosum in Type II Hyperlipoproteinemia

Han EH, Kwon KS, Chung TA

  • KMID: 1678540
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 1982 Aug;20(4):597-603.
A 22-year-old male has had multiple, grouped, asymptomatic, yellowish flat papules, nodules, and plaques on the knees, elbows, butteeks, hands, and feet. Yellowish nodules first appeared on the heels after...
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A Case of Tuberous Xanthoma in Early Childhood

Kang KS, Kim HW, Park CW, Lee CH, Ahn HK

  • KMID: 2038639
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2003 Aug;41(8):1105-1107.
We report a 6-year-old male with primary hypercholesterolemia who had tuberous xanthoma. Yellowish nodules first appeared on the knees 3 years ago and gradually increased in size and number and...
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Infantile Intertriginous Xanthoma with Type IIa Hyperlipoproteinemia without Family History

Park GH, Kim WI, Yang MY, Lee WK, Kim TW, Park SM, Lee HJ, Kim GW, Kim HS, Ko HC, Kim BS, Kim MB, You HS

  • KMID: 2440731
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 Feb;57(2):99-100.
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A Case of Type IIa Hyperlipoproteinemia with Xanthoma Planum , Xanthoma Tendinosum and Xanthoma Tuberosum

Park JI, Hur KH, Kim HO, Park SR

  • KMID: 2303501
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 1997 Feb;35(1):144-149.
We report a case of a 59 year-old female with hyperlipoproteinernia who had xanthoma tuberosum, xanthoma tendinosurn and xanthoma planum. Yellowish nodules appeared on the right elbow 26 years ago...
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Two Cases of Hyperlippoproteinemia (Type II)

Lee JB, Ro BI, Kim CW

  • KMID: 1664337
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 1973 Dec;11(3):197-202.
Two cases of hyperlipoproteinemia is reported, Hyperlipoproteinemia is characterized by various kinds of cutaneous xanthomatosis associated with or without arteriosclerotic changes due to increasing lipoprotein fraction of the serum. Case...
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A Case of Type IIa Hyperlipoproteinemia and Coronary Artery Disease Associated with Xanthoma Tendinosum

Lee CW, Sim SJ, Song KH, Kim KH

  • KMID: 2086755
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2003 Nov;41(11):1541-1543.
We report a case of type IIa hyperlipoproteinemia with xanthoma tendinosum associated with coronary artery disease in a 51 year-old male. Multiple hard nodules appeared firstly on both achilles tendon...
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A Case of Familial Hypercholesterolemia

You JH, Kil HR, Seo JJ, Chung YH

  • KMID: 1682971
  • J Korean Pediatr Soc.
  • 1989 Sep;32(9):1288-1294.
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Multiple Xanthomas in a Patient with Familial Hypercholesterolemia: A Case Report

Park M, Yang I, Cho HS

Tendinous xanthomas are often associated with type 2 hyperlipoproteinemia, in which low-density lipoprotein derived from the circulation accumulates in the tendons. Therefore, the demonstration of tendinous xanthomas is helpful in...
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Recurrent Acute Pancreatitis in a Patient with Type IIb hyperlipoproteinemia: A Case Report and Review of the Literature in Korea

Kim BK, Kim MJ, Chang WC, Yoo KH, Shin YG, Chung CH

Hyperlipidemia is a rare cause of pancreatitis. It has been believed that free fatty acids released from hydrolyzed serum chylomicrons or triglycerides and chylomicrons induce hyperlipidemic pancreatitis by damaging acinar...
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A Case of Familial Hypercholesterolemia with Diabetes Mellitus

Sohn YK, Chang KY, Lee KH, Tockgo YC

  • KMID: 1554070
  • J Korean Pediatr Soc.
  • 1997 Jun;40(6):862-866.
Familial Hypercholesterolemia is the most common hyperlipoproteinemia during the childhood, which occurs from the mutation of genes that regulates low-density lipoproteins (LDL), and is classified into two types, the homozygote...
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Update on Familial Hypercholesterolemia: Diagnosis, Cardiovascular Risk, and Novel Therapeutics

Lee SH

In recent studies, the reported prevalence of heterozygous familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) has been higher than in previous reports. Although cascade genetic screening is a good option for efficient identification of...
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Interaction between Glucose and Lipid Metabolism: More than Diabetic Dyslipidemia

Parhofer K

Glucose and lipid metabolism are linked to each other in many ways. The most important clinical manifestation of this interaction is diabetic dyslipidemia, characterized by elevated triglycerides, low high density...
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Detection of Familial Hypercholesterolemia Using Next Generation Sequencing in Two Population-Based Cohorts

Kim HN, Kweon SS, Shin MH

We aimed to evaluate the prevalence of familial hypercholesterolaemia (FH) in a subject with hypercholesterolaemia from two population-based cohorts in South Korea. A total of 283 subjects with total cholesterol...
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Ostial Coronary Stenosis and Severe Aortic Stenosis in a Patient With Familial Hypercholesterolemia

Kaya H, Ertas F, Atilgan ZA, Demirtas S, Caliskan A

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Intertriginous Xanthoma in an Infant with Familial Hypercholesterolemia

Kim YU, Lee SW, Kim KJ, Heo EP

  • KMID: 2246371
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2014 Mar;52(3):178-181.
Familial hypercholesterolemia is an autosomal dominant inherited metabolic disease characterized by high serum low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol concentrations, and xanthoma formation. There are multiple types of xanthomas, such as eruptive,...
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Normolipemic Tendinous and Tuberous Xanthomatosis: One Case Report

Kang CJ, Ha SH, Lee SH, Chung YJ, Chung CY

A xanthoma is a localized collection of tissue histiocytes containing lipid and is usually associated with hyperlipidemia. Tendinous and tuberous xanthomatosis have been found in association with familial hypercholesterolemia, Type...
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