E78.6: Lipoprotein deficiency

You have too few fat transporters in your blood.

Fats have various jobs in the body. There are various kinds of fats. For example, fats are important for the structure of cells and for making the production of particular messenger substances possible. Fats are transported in the blood by fat transporters.

You have too few fat transporters in your blood. Such a disease is usually hereditary. Due to the lack of fat transporters, you may have various symptoms. Changes to the skin, blood vessels and eyes are possible. For example, fats and lime can be deposited in the blood vessels, causing them to be constricted. That occurs when the fat transporters are missing which take up fats in the body and make them available again for metabolism.

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