|作者：英语点津 文章来源：China Daily 点击数76 更新时间：2017/7/2 9:16:54 文章录入：刘老师 责任编辑：liu|
Mr Zhao, 40, was taken to the hospital in southern China last month after experiencing acute pain in the abdomen and on the back.
Doctors said the fat content in Mr Zhao's blood plasma was 25 times higher than the normal level.
The male patient was admitted into the Zhongshan Chenxinghai Hospital in Guangdong province last month, according to Dr Chen Guo-xiang, the director of the hospital's critical care department.
Dr Chen told MailOnline that Mr Zhao was diagnosed with acute pancreatitis and his pancreas had been inflamed.
Dr Chen arranged a blood test for Mr Zhao to help treat his illness.
Shockingly, the doctor discovered that the patient's blood plasma was unusually thick, and it appeared to be creamy white 'just like milk'.
According to NHS, blood plasma is a major component of a man's blood.
The fluid, which should be yellow and transparent, helps transport blood cells and platelets around a man's body.
Dr Chen said the cream colour is attributed to the high level of triglyceride, a major constituent of body fat.
The normal range of a person's triglyceride is 0.22 to 1.65 millimoles per litre, according to Dr Chen.
Mr Zhao's triglyceride level is 23 millimoles per litre, which is about 25 times higher than the normal level.
The high fat level in Mr Zhao's blood had caused harm to his pancreas, leading to an acute inflammation of the organ, said Dr Chen.
Mr Zhao said he had business meals very often and had consumed 'a huge amount of meat' over the years, reports ZSTV.
'It was just eating. I thought it wouldn't be a problem,' said the patient after he was shocked to see the results of his blood test.
Dr Chen said the patient's greasy diet was the main cause of his illness. They had arranged healthy blood plasma to be transfused into Mr Zhao's body to replace his 'fatty' blood plasma.