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《Journal of Chengde Medical College》 2018-01
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CORRELATIONS BETWEEN SERUM LIPID LEVEL AND THE SEVERITY OF WML

WANG Bo;LI Jing;SHEN Kang-kang;Chengde Medical College;  
Objective: To explore the correlations between serum lipid level and severity of white matter lesions(WML). Methods: The clinical data of 214 WML patients were retrospectively analyzed, and 61 healthy examined people at the same term were taken as control. The blood lipid correlation indexes of all the subjects were detected; and Logistic regression was used to analyze the risk factors of WML. Results: The difference of total cholesterol(TC) and low-density lipoprotein cholesterin between control group and WML group with different severity was statistically significant(P0.05), which was related to the severity of WML. Logistic regression showed that age, hypertension and TC are risk factors of WML. Conclusions: Clinicians can prevent the occurrence of WML or delay the course of WML by controlling the risk factors of WML, such as hypertension and high TC level.
【CateGory Index】: R742
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