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Determinación de los niveles de lípidos en sangre

Mantener el ayuno para la determinación de los niveles sanguíneos de lípidos sería bastante innecesario.
Autor/a: Dres. Davinder Sidhu, Christopher Naugler Arch Intern Med Published Online November 12, 2012
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