Hi Sherpurvis -- if you haven't heard about me before, I'm a bit obsessed with cholesterol and lipidology, particularly with hyperresponders like myself (and I have very similar numbers to yours). A few things to note:
(1) injury can induce higher levels of cholesterol (or more specifically, LDL particles overall). Thus, your surgery and recover may be a major confounder depending on your previous cholesterol levels.
(2) Your small LDL-P does appear to be unusually high, but this may be because your remaining LDL-P to scale is actually around 4K-5k (it stops at 3500, of course).
(3) Both Lp-PLA and oxLDL are actually newer tests (with regard to modern medicine) and I can't speak to the degree I do or do not trust their ranges yet as I don't feel they've controlled enough for the confounders. That's a bit of a larger subject...
(4) Your inflammation markers are fantastic! For the personal uncertainty I too can struggle with on cholesterol, there's little doubt at all that inflammation is a powerful agent of heart disease -- and likely the *most* powerful.
You may want to check out my Simple Guide on Cholesterol series at my blog for more on how it all works. http://cholesterolcode.com/a-simple-gui ... -low-carb/
Hope this helps!
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