Heighpubs Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism

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Introduction

Clinical endocrinology is the study of the endocrine system, its function and its diseases or abnormalities.
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Reasons for Publishing

Endocrinology and metabolism underlie every aspect of our lives, from the functioning of a single cell through enhancing human strength and ability such as running a marathon.
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Aims of the Journal

The manuscripts published in Heighpubs Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism aims to augment the understanding in basic physiological mechanisms as well as creating new therapeutic approaches towards endocrine and metabolic research.
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Scope of the Journal

The scope of Heighpubs Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism traverses vibrant and comprehensive researches ranging from the highly molecular to physiological studies in clinical endocrinology and metabolism.
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    Case Report

    Recurrent Cardiac Events Driven by Prothrombotic Burden in a Patient Undergoing Lipoprotein Apheresis for High Lp(a) Levels

    Gabriele Cioni*, Rossella Marcucci, Rosanna Abbate and Giovanna D’Alessandri

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