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Study the Effect of Dyslipidemia in Iraqi Diabetes Patients with Both Gender

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Sahar Abdul Wahab ALShaban ,Rasha Kareem Hashim ,Alyaa Hasan Bohan ,Raghda Shams Akram

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The aim of this article to Study The Effect of Dyslipidemia In Iraqi Diabetic Patients with Both Gender. Twenty hindered participant (50) male with dyslipidemia compared with (50) male without dyslipidemia and (50) female with dyslipidemia compared with (50) female without dyslipidemia. There was a highly significant increase of TC,TG and LDL-c in Male with dyslipidemia when compared with Male without dyslipidemia, while a significant decreased of HDL-c in Male with dyslipidemia when compared with Male Control, and a highly significant incased of TC,TG and LDL-c in female with dyslipidemia when compared with female without dyslipidemia .while a significant decreased of HDL-c in female with dyslipidemia when compared with female without dyslipidemia. It can concluded increased TC, TG and LDL-C levels, while decreased level of HDL-C in male and female with dyslipidemia these due to Lipids are a major role in the development of CVD, and controlling these factors has become a top priority for health policymakers of both genders.

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