Q: About a patient receiving Cholestyramine (LM-12)


 

 

Cholestyramine is used to reduce serum cholesterol because of its ability to interfere with the enterohepatic circulation of bile salts in the feces. When this drug is prescribed to a patient, which of the following compounds will be found in high concentrations in feces?

 

a) Doxycholate

 

b) Palmitate

 

c) Glucuronate

 

d) Bilirrubin

 

e) Squalen

 

f) estercobilinogen

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