dyslipoproteinemia

dyslipoproteinemia

 [dis-lip″o-pro″tēn-e´me-ah]
the presence of abnormal concentrations of lipoproteins, or of abnormal lipoproteins, in the blood. See also hyperlipoproteinemia and hypolipoproteinemia.

dyslipoproteinemia

/dys·lipo·pro·tein·emia/ (-lip″o-pro″te-ne´me-ah) the presence of abnormal concentrations of lipoproteins or abnormal lipoproteins in the blood.

dyslipoproteinemia

an abnormal distribution of lipoproteins in the blood.
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