Atherosclerosis-Diabetes

For each of the following descriptions, select the most likely pathologic finding:

1. A 50-year-old man has a body mass index of 31. He has not had any major illnesses. What may eventually be increased in his urine as a consequence:

2. A 55-year-old woman has a family history of myocardial infarction and stroke. She is concerned about her own risks for these complications. She finds that her increased serum level of this analyte tends to indicate a decreased risk for atherosclerosis:

3. A 13-year-old girl has had a month-long course of weight loss despite eating and drinking large amounts of food and fluid. A urinalysis shows pH 5.5, sp gr 1.022, 4+ glucose, no blood, and no protein. What else is most likely to be found in her urine:

4. At autopsy, a patient who died from a myocardial infarction has severe occlusive coronary atherosclerosis. The atheromatous plaques are microscopically seen to be "complicated" by the presence of:

5. Receptors in the arterial walls are more likely to take up this material:

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A. Albumin B. Calcium C. Cholesterol, HDL D. Cholesterol, Oxidized LDL
E. Chylomicrons F. Glucose G. Ketone bodies H. Lactate dehydrogenase
I. Lipoprotein lipase J. Hemoglobin A1C K. Sorbitol L. Triglycerides
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