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Relationship of Hypertriglyceridemia to Atherosclerosis

Relationship of Hypertriglyceridemia to Atherosclerosis Meeting Summary Relationship of Hypertriglyceridemia to Atherosclerosis Kenneth Lippel, Herman Tyroler, Howard Eder, Antonio Gotto, Jr., and George Vahouny n June8-10,1981, the Lipid Metabolism-Ath- Session on Epidemiology O erogenesis Branch of the National Heart, The first day's session was chaired by Dr. Lung, and Blood Institute sponsored a workshop Herman Tyroler. The epidemiologic presenta- entitled, "The Relationship of Hypertriglyceride- tions at the workshop consisted of systematic mia to Atherosclerosis," in Bethesda, Maryland. and critical reviews of published research on the The purpose of the workshop was to bring association between triglycerides and ischemic together a large number of investigators with heart disease (IHD) from substantive, method- primary interests in epidemiology, genetics, ologic, and conceptual perspectives. In addition, nutrition, pathology, and basic and clinical the results of presently unpublished findings research to discuss recent advances in the from several population-based studies were knowledge of triglyceride metabolism and to reported. The information presented was eval- summarize the relationships of the hypertriglyc- uated, and future studies were considered. eridemias to atherosclerosis. The agenda was planned by Drs. Elizabeth Barrett-Connor, Bryan Brewer, John Brunzell, Christopher Fielding, Scott Grundy, Kenneth Lippel, Arno Motulsky, and Donald Zilversmit. More than 80 scientists Hypertriglyceridemia: Overview attended the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Arteriosclerosis Wolters Kluwer Health

Relationship of Hypertriglyceridemia to Atherosclerosis

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© 1981 by American Heart Association, Inc.
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0276-5047

Abstract

Meeting Summary Relationship of Hypertriglyceridemia to Atherosclerosis Kenneth Lippel, Herman Tyroler, Howard Eder, Antonio Gotto, Jr., and George Vahouny n June8-10,1981, the Lipid Metabolism-Ath- Session on Epidemiology O erogenesis Branch of the National Heart, The first day's session was chaired by Dr. Lung, and Blood Institute sponsored a workshop Herman Tyroler. The epidemiologic presenta- entitled, "The Relationship of Hypertriglyceride- tions at the workshop consisted of systematic mia to Atherosclerosis," in Bethesda, Maryland. and critical reviews of published research on the The purpose of the workshop was to bring association between triglycerides and ischemic together a large number of investigators with heart disease (IHD) from substantive, method- primary interests in epidemiology, genetics, ologic, and conceptual perspectives. In addition, nutrition, pathology, and basic and clinical the results of presently unpublished findings research to discuss recent advances in the from several population-based studies were knowledge of triglyceride metabolism and to reported. The information presented was eval- summarize the relationships of the hypertriglyc- uated, and future studies were considered. eridemias to atherosclerosis. The agenda was planned by Drs. Elizabeth Barrett-Connor, Bryan Brewer, John Brunzell, Christopher Fielding, Scott Grundy, Kenneth Lippel, Arno Motulsky, and Donald Zilversmit. More than 80 scientists Hypertriglyceridemia: Overview attended the

Journal

ArteriosclerosisWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Nov 1, 1981

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