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Table 1 Lipid parameters in fasting blood sampling in the next morning of admission

From: A case of tamoxifen-induced hypertriglyceridemia monitoring the changes in lipoprotein fractions over time

Clinical parameters Results Units Standard value
Parameters related with lipid metabolism
 TC 347 mg/dL 142–248
 TG 964 mg/dL 30–149
 HDL-C 34 mg/dL 40–103
 LDL-C 68 mg/dL 65–139
 non HDL-C 313 mg/dL 95–169
 RLP-C 59.0 mg/dL 0.0–7.5
 Prehepalin LPL mass 94 ng/mL  
 Apo A-I 148 mg/dL 126–165
 Apo B 158 mg/dL 66–101
 Apo C-II 21.8 mg/dL 1.5–3.8
 Apo C-III 63.4 mg/dL 5.4–9.0
 Apo E 14.7 mg/dL 2.8–4.6
Lipoprotein fraction test (HPLC method)
 HDL 9.7 % 23.6–49.8
 LDL 19.6 % 42.2–63.8
 IDL 9.6 % 2.2–6.1
 VLDL 59.6 % 2.6–13.9
 Other 1.6 % 0.8–4.4
 HDL (quantity) 33.6 mg/dL 40.6–91.4
 LDL (quantity) 67.9 mg/dL 67.8–132.6
 IDL (quantity) 33.4 mg/dL 3.8–12.5
 VLDL (quantity) 206.8 mg/dL 4.9–22.8
 Other (quantity) 5.4 mg/dL 1.5–9.1
 Total cholesterol (quantity) 347 mg/dL 150–219
  1. TC total cholesterol, TG triglyceride, HDL-C high density lipoprotein- cholesterol, LDL-C low density lipoprotein- cholesterol, RLP-C remnant lipoprotein- cholesterol, LPL lipoprotein lipase, Apo apolipoprotein, HPLC High Performance Liquid Chromatography