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Understanding Lp(a): Clinical Implications of an Underrecognized Genetic Dyslipidemia

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Understanding Lp(a): Clinical Implications of an Underrecognized Genetic Dyslipidemia

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What is clinically significant about an elevated Lp(a) that we should know? And are Lp(a) levels consistent over a patient’s lifetime?

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    Lipoprotein(a), or Lp(a), is a unique apoB family lipoprotein that contains apo(a), which is a peculiar carbohydrate-rich protein covalently bound to an apoB lipoprotein. So are elevated Lp(a) levels a risk factor for atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease? Dive into this episode, sponsored by Novartis, to find out. 

    Sponsored by Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation.

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Schedule18 Jun 2024