High levels of low- density lipoprotein are most greatly associated with which stroke subtype?.

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CONCLUSION. THANKS Dr Mansukh for the appropriate answer. The correct answer is Cerebral infarction due to atherosclerosis. High levels of cholesterol and low- density lipoprotein are associated with an increase risk of ischemic stroke,especially when due to atherosclerosis. Low levels have been associated with intracerebral hemorrhage.

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CONCLUSION. THANKS Dr Mansukh for the appropriate answer. The correct answer is Cerebral infarction due to atherosclerosis. High levels of cholesterol and low- density lipoprotein are associated with an increase risk of ischemic stroke,especially when due to atherosclerosis.

High level of LDL is associated with ischemic stroke in CVA So targeted ldl is now30

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high LDL values were associated with a higher likelihood of a ischemic stroke

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