high density lipoprotein cholesterol


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high den·si·ty lip·o·pro·tein cho·les·ter·ol

(HDL-C) (hī den'si-tē lip'ō-prō'tēn-kŏ-les'tĕr-ol)
The so-called good cholesterol, which, because of its high protein:lipid ratio, is thought to be cardioprotective.
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