Use of combined diet and colestipol in long-term (7--7 1/2 years) treatment of patients with type II hyperlipoproteinemia.

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Long-term effects of diet and colestipol (a bile acid sequestrant) were studied in 25 patients with familial type II hyperlipoproteinemia. Serum lipids and body weights of an initial group of 30 patients were stabilized by low cholesterol-saturated fat-refined carbohydrate diet and the patients were then randomized into placebo and drug-treatment groups… (More)

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@article{Kuo1979UseOC, title={Use of combined diet and colestipol in long-term (7--7 1/2 years) treatment of patients with type II hyperlipoproteinemia.}, author={Peter T. Kuo and Kunio Hayase and John B. Kostis and Abel E. Moreyra}, journal={Circulation}, year={1979}, volume={59 2}, pages={199-211} }