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Post-mortem serum cholesterol levels


, : Post-mortem serum cholesterol levels. British Medical Journal 2(5216): 1852-1853

The serum cholesterol was estimated on 26 patients shortly before and at varying times after death. The ante-mortem and post-mortem levels were close. The post-mortem serum cholesterol may be taken as an indication of the level just before death.

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