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Thyroid dysfunction and dyslipidemia in patients with chronic kidney diseases

Vivek Sinha, Arun Kumar, Poonam Kachhawa, Sarita Agrawal.

In summary, the present study finds thyroid dysfunction to be very common in CKD patients and reveals the significant association between CKD progression and thyroid dysfunction. The study also finds dyslipidemia as a common disorder in CKD. The study reveals that CKD patients with elevated lipid parameters have strong risk for developing CVD, so early treatment for lipid abnormalities in CKD patients may lower the chance of developing CVD later.

Key words: Keywords Chronic kidney disease; Dyslipidemia; Subclinical hypothyroidism; Thyroid dysfunction

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