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Republished review: Triglycerides and atherogenic dyslipidaemia: extending treatment beyond statins in the high-risk cardiovascular patient
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    Lifestyle modification is still the main strategy to raise HDL-C

    Management of special type of dyslipidemia; Low HDL-C, high TG, Type- B size LDL-P in patients with T2DM is a big challenge for a physician. For primary LDL-C goal, we the physician usually go for stronger statins like atorvastatin or rosuvastatin. Addition of fenofibrate to the above statins to reduce concomitant high TG really reduces TG level but does such combination offer any strong role in reducing mortality in this p...

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