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Interestingly enough, one third of the patients had blood cholesterol levels above 250 mg/dl and more than 40% exhibited hyperlipidaemia in general. Forty-six percent of patients had blood pressure levels above 90 mmHg (diastolic) and 140 mmHg (systolic), a higher percentage than in the general Spanish population (9). Alimentary system In one series, 55%, 16% and 6% of patients complained of pyrosis, dysphagia and disorders of intestinal rhythm, respectively, perhaps as a result of uncoordinated functioning of the alimentary tract.
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