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Therefore he had treated with cholesterin the paraffin in his bucket, and this same cholesterin reappeared in the resulting glove.The Wanderings of a Spiritualist|Arthur Conan Doyle
The mucus is the colloid; cholesterin, lime, and soda salts are the crystalloids.
Such are the constituents, according to Harley, of the usual concretion, the cholesterin calculus.
The mechanism of its formation is not unlike that of the cholesterin concretion.
In the former pigment, bile acids, and cholesterin may also be present.
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A white soapy substance found in the tissues of the body and in certain foods, such as animal fats, oils, and egg yolks. Cholesterol has been linked to heart disease and atherosclerosis. (It collects on the walls of arteries and interferes with the flow of blood.) High levels of cholesterol in the blood are considered to be unhealthy. (See saturated fats, HDL, and LDL.)