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© 2007 Informa UK Ltd. Case history A 29-year-old man was referred to the Lipid Clinic by his primary care physician because of the finding of an abnormal lipid profile and a family history of dyslipidemia. He had no symptoms suggestive of cardiovascular disease. His only past medical history was of an episode of depression, treated for a short period with venlafaxine.



Book title

Case Studies in Lipid Management

Publication Date



109 - 112