ciprofibrate

ciprofibrate
n.

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ci·pro·fi·brate (si″pro-fiґbrāt) a fibric acid derivative having actions similar to those of clofibrate, used as a hypolipidemic in the treatment of certain hyperlipoproteinemias; administered orally.

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