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The diagnosis is made on blood checks, often completed as part of screening. The regular triglyceride degree is much less than 150 mg/dL (1.7 mmol/L). Once diagnosed, other blood checks are generally required to determine whether or not the raised triglyceride degree is due to other underlying problems (“secondary hypertriglyceridemia”) or whether or not no such underlying purpose exists (“number one hypertriglyceridaemia”). There is a hereditary predisposition to each number one and secondary hypertriglyceridemia.