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International Angiology 2004 March;23(1)

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International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):1-4

Vascular disease public education: the mandate is international

Clement D. L., Belch J. J. F.

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International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):5-13

Mandate for creation of a national peripheral arterial disease public awareness program: an opportunity to improve cardiovascular health

Hirsch A. T., Gloviczki P., Drooz A., Lovell M., Creager M. A., for the Board of Directors of the Vascular Disease Foundation

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):14-7

Hemostatic function and carotid artery disease

Liapis C., Kakisis J., Papavassiliou V., Tsoukala C., Makris T., Kaperonis E., Psifis A., Karafoulidou A., Kostakis A.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):18-24

Increased soluble E-selectin levels in type 2 diabetic patients with peripheral arterial disease

Boulbou M. S., Koukoulis G. N., Vasiou K. G., Petinaki E. A., Gourgoulianis K. I., Fezoulidis I. B.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):25-8

Hemodynamics of the sapheno-femoral junction. Patterns of reflux and their clinical implications

Cappelli M., Molino Lova R., Ermini S., Zamboni P.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):29-34

Risk factors for varicose veins

Kroeger K., Ose C., Rudofsky G., Roesener J., Hirche H.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):35-40

Hyperhomocysteinemia: marker of systemic atherosclerosis in peripheral arterial disease

Taute B. M., Taute R., Heins S., Behrmann C., Podhaisky H.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):41-6

Carotid and femoral B-mode ultrasound intima-media thickness measurements in adult post-coarctectomy patients

Vriend J. J. W., De Groot E., Kastelein J. J. P., Mulder B. J. M.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):47-53

Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm. Is it possible to predict outcome?

Calderwood R., Halka T., Haji-Michael P., Welch M.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):54-65

Popliteal artery aneurysms. Factors associated with thromboembolism and graft failure

Martelli E., Ippoliti A., Ventoruzzo G., De Vivo G., Ascoli Marchetti A., Pistolese G. R.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):66-71

A comparison of physiology scores and morphology in a group of patients evaluated for endovascular repair of infrarenal aneurysms

Butcher W., Darke S. G.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):72-5

The evaluation of the no-independent vasodilatative effect of iloprost in isolated perfused Guinea pig hind limbs

Brodmann M., Lischnig U., Lang B., Lueger A., Pilger E., Stark G.

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SPECIAL ARTICLES  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):76-8

Vascular surgery training in Greece

Lazarides M. K., Tzortzis E., Liapis C. D.

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CASE REPORTS  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):79-81

Glomangioma of the upper limb associated with hypoplastic-dysplastic superficial venous system

Parthenis D. G., Paraskevas K. I., Staramos D. N., Papavdis D. Giannakou N., Georgopoulos D. S.

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CASE REPORTS  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):82-4

Tumor embolization causing acute ischemia with sometimes fatal results. Case report and review of literature

Morsey H., Aslam M., Standfield N.

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CASE REPORTS  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):85-8

Tuberculous pseudoaneurysm of the celiac artery. A case report

Satokawa H., Takahasi K., Hoshino Y., Yokoyama H., Saito T., Kazuma H.

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CASE REPORTS  

International Angiology 2004 March;23(1):89-91

MR angiography of the anomalous branching of aortic arch and left subclavian artery arising from Kommerell’s diverticulum. Case report

Silit E., Mutlu H., Karaman B., Basekim C. C.

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