Definition of Serolin

1. n. A peculiar fatty substance found in the blood, probably a mixture of fats, cholesterin, etc.



Medical Definition of Serolin

1. A peculiar fatty substance found in the blood, probably a mixture of fats, cholesterin, etc. A body found in faecal matter and thought to be formed in the intestines from the cholesterin of the bile. Synonym: stercorin, and stercolin. Origin: Serum + L. Oleum oil. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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