antihypercholesterolemic

antihypercholesterolemic

 [an″te-, an″ti-hi″per-ko-les″ter-ol-e´mik]
1. effective against elevated serum cholesterol levels.
2. an agent with this effect.

antihypercholesterolemic

/an·ti·hy·per·cho·les·ter·ol·emic/ (-hi″per-ko-les″ter-ol-e´mik) effective against hypercholesterolemia, or an agent with this quality.

antihypercholesterolemic

[-hī′pərkō′les′tərōlē′mik]
a drug that prevents or controls an increase of cholesterol in the blood. See also antilipidemic.

antihypercholesterolemic

(ant″i-hī″pĕr-kŏ-les″tĕ-rŏ-lē′mik) [ anti- + hypercholesterolem(ia) + -ic]
1. Preventing or controlling elevation of the serum cholesterol level.
2. An agent that prevents or controls elevation of the serum cholesterol level.
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