Triglycerides prove to be strong predictor for stroke
This article was originally published in Clinica
An Israeli study of over 11,000 patients has called for the inclusion of triglycerides measurements as part of the risk assessment for stroke. The study, claimed to be the first to indicate that high triglycerides expose heart disease patients to increased risk of stoke beyond cholesterol, appears in the December 11 issue of Circulation.
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