The effects of elevated blood lipid concentrations on cardiovascular mortality and morbidity are reviewed, with particular emphasis on how high fat diets and antihypertensive drugs can influence the risk of developing atherosclerosis.
KeywordsAntihypertensive Therapy Blood Lipid Level Lipid Research Clinic Intrinsic Sympathomimetic Activity High Density Lipo
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