Effect of probucol in hyperlipidemic patients during two years of administration.


Probucol, a new cholesterol-lowering agent, was administered to ambulatory outpatients representing several classes of hyperlipoproteinemia (HL) for two years without dietary restriction. In 32 patients with Type II HL and 12 with Type IIB HL, statistically significant reduction in mean serum cholesterol levels occurred within two weeks and persisted… (More)


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