Medical Dictionary


noun dys·lip·id·emia

Definition of DYSLIPIDEMIA

:  a condition marked by abnormal concentrations of lipids or lipoproteins in the blood
dys·lip·id·emic or chiefly British dys·lip·id·ae·mic \-mik\ adjective


dys·lip·id·emia or chiefly British dys·lip·id·ae·mia \dis-ˌlip-ə-ˈdē-mē-ə\
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