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Type V hyperlipoproteinaemia in neonates.
  1. G N Thompson,
  2. A J Knight,
  3. I H Craig,
  4. J L Bresson
  1. Department of Chemical Pathology, Adelaide Children's Hospital, South Australia.


    A boy investigated for neonatal jaundice was noted to have lipaemic serum and was subsequently shown to have type V hyperlipoproteinaemia. Dietary treatment was maintained for five years and he followed a typical clinical course. Circumstantial evidence suggested an autosomal recessive inheritance pattern.

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