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The findings of the present study indicated high serum cholesterol as an important single risk factor for Coronary Heart Disease and an increase in the levels of LDL-Cholesterol and a decrease in HDL-Cholesterol add further value to the association observed. Levels of the blood lipids are lower even among the patients is an interesting finding in this study, despite there being a variation between the cases and the controls. Hence a need to extend the study on a larger population to determine the normal range in this region and an urgent need for appropriate interventions to maintain the serum total cholesterol and LDL-C levels within a prescribed normal range.
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