Lipemia Retinalis

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Disease Entity

Lipemia Retinalis is a rare manifestation of hypertriglyceridemia manifested by abnormal appearance of the retinal arteries and veins, and occasionally the entire fundus.

Disease

Lipemia Retinalis, has a prevalence of ***. It is caused by hypertriglyceridemia with serum triglyceride levels typically greater than ***. Multiple genes responsible for triglyceride metabolism have been identified as causing the serum triglyceride levels to see characteristic retinal vasculature abnormalities.

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