Selective Removal of Plasma Low-Density Lipoproteins by Combined Extracorporeal Plasma Separation-Immunoadsorption

  • W. Stoffel
  • C. Bode
  • H. Borberg
  • M. Tauchert
  • K. Oette
  • M. Fuchs
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Abstract

Familial hypercholesterolemia (Type IIa — hyperlipoproteinemia) is being observed in its hetero- and less frequent in its homozygous form. The disease is characterized by high serum cholesterol concentrations in the range between 400 and up to 1000 mg/dl serum.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • W. Stoffel
  • C. Bode
  • H. Borberg
  • M. Tauchert
  • K. Oette
  • M. Fuchs

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