Icd 10 code for elevated lipoprotein(a)

Lipoprotein(a) (Lp(a)) is formed by the disulfide linkage of apolipoprotein B100 (APOB; 107730) of a low-density lipoprotein particle to apolipoprotein(a). Previous studies had suggested that one of the C-terminal cysteine residues of apo-B100 is involved in the disulfide linkage of apo-B100 to apo(a). To identify the apo-B100 cysteine residues involved in the …

FAQ icd 10 code for elevated lipoprotein(a)

What condition is associated with high serum total protein but low albumin?

High serum total protein but low albumin is usually seen in? Multiple myeloma What condition is most commonly associated with an elevated level of total protein? Malignancy What dye is the most specific for measurement of albumin?

How are blood clots treated in children with high lipoprotein (a)?

Children who have had a blood clot because of high lipoprotein (a) need to be treated with blood thinners and may need to stay on them for a long time. High factor VIII (8) levels can lead to blood clots and there are families that genetically have high factor VIII. Factor VIII is a protein that helps stop bleeding in a child’s body.

What causes Factor VIII to be elevated?

Factor VIII can also be elevated due to infection, inflammation and autoimmune diseases. It is not clear at what level of factor VIII someone is at risk for a blood clot.

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