I´m to lazy to remove the Portugues, but want to give a very valuable index of coronary risk (Blue text below with my data displayed in calculation): Exame: COLESTEROL FRAÇÃO HDL – SORO Amostra: 01 OS: 4732514 Coletado em 01/11/12 (that is 1 November 2012) HDL Colesterol: 68 mg/dl VR: Desejáveis: > 40 (Desejáveis: > 45 diabéticos) Metodologia: Direto Automatizado Exame: COLESTEROL FRAÇÃO LDL – SORO Amostra: 01 OS: 4732514 Coletado em 01/11/12 LDL Colesterol: 115 mg/dl Metodologia: Cálculo Friedewald VR: desejáveis Pac. baixo risco: < 160 Pac. médio risco: < 130 ¶ Pac. alto risco : < 100 Exame: TRIGLICÉRIDES – SORO Amostra: 01 OS: 4732514 Coletado em 01/11/12 Triglicérides: 56 mg/dl VR: Desejáveis: < 150 Metodologia: Glicerol Peroxidase Automatizado Total Colesterol, TC = LDL + (Tri.G /5) + HDL = 115 + 11.2 + 68 = 194.2 Thus, TC/HDL = 194.2 / 68 = 2.86 (Valor de 3.4 is half the average risk coronary heart disease; 4.4 is average risk and; 7.1 is twice average risk.) Data from: “Population at Risk” Am. J. Medicine. 1986, Vol. 80 (Sup. A2) by W.P. Castelli, & K. Anderson I have recently completed (all for free) a very extensive general health exam. My first ever: 4 or 5 different types of echo and Doppler cardiograms (including adominal and neck regions also), exams of more than 30 different blood chemistry tests, stool exams, tomography, first ever colostomy, X-rays Stress EKG, etc. Above was copied from my summary. PS to Syzgys: Was your Total Cholesterol actually measured? Or calculated from equation I gave in Blue, which is what is usually done. (too lazy to calculate your TC with your other data). Any way your ratio TC/HDL = 227/63 = 3.60 which is good but not as good as my 2.86 - You have slightly more than half the average risk of coronary heart disease.