AIIMS November 2011 – MCQ 93

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A young male patient presents with LDL 600 mg/dl, triglycerides 160 mg/dl. What would be the most likely finding on physical examination ?
a) Tendon xanthoma
b) Lipemia retinalis
c) Eruptive tuberous xanthomas
d) Xanthelasma

(Repeat question – AIIMS Nov 06 – AA q114)

Correct answer : a) Tendon xanthoma

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