Please help with my blood work. [moderator's note to @jeff: please make a little more effort next time to write a readable question]
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on July 31, 2011
at 08:17 PM
@jeff, it depends. What are the units of your result, and what is the normal range for your lab?
Lp(a) cholesterol is considered to be a more reliable indicator of coronary risk than Lp(a) mass, in part due to variations in laboratories and assays. In this study lipoprotein (a) cholesterol, but not lipoprotein (a) mass, was associated with cardiovascular disease and cardiovascular events.