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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5)

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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5):447-52

Deep venous thrombosis of the upper extremity. A review

Klitfod L., Broholm R., Baekgaard N.

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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5):453-8

Expert consensus document on direct ambulatory venous pressure measurement

Reeder S. W. I., Wolff O., Partsch H., Nicolaides A. N., Mosti G., Cornu-Thenard A., Obermayer A., Weingard I., Neumann H. A. M.

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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5):459-64

Assessment of vasa vasorum in the walls of thrombophlebitic saphenous vein

Chu H., Yan F., Zhao J., Xu Y., Wang T., Li K., Tang J., Guo W.

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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5):465-70

The prevalence of isolated calf deep vein thrombosis in patients with pulmonary embolism

Wei M., Zhu J., Yi X., Huang Y., Liu F., Hu B.

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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5):471-8

The influence of Body Mass Index on chronic venous disorders therapy

Chudek J., Kocełak P., Ziaja D., Owczarek A., Ziaja K.

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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5):479-82

Mobilization of fluids in large volumetric reductions during intensive treatment of leg lymphedema

Pereira De Godoy J. M., Franco Brigidio P. A., Salles Cunha S. X., Batigália F., De Fatima Guerreiro Godoy M.

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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5):483-91

Emergency endovascular stent-grafting for acute type B aortic dissection with symptomatic malperfusion

Shu C., Fang K., Luo M., Li Q., Wang Z.

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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5):492-500

Population-based survival rate with a one- or two-stop referral pattern for patients with ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms

Hager J., Lundgren F.

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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5):501-5

Thoracal, abdominal and thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm

Santosa F., Schrader S., Nowak T., Luther B., Kröger K., Bufe A.

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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5):506-11

B-mode estimate of carotid stenosis: planimetric measurements complement the velocity estimate of internal carotid stenosis

Bekelis K., Labropoulos N., Pappas P., Gasparis A.

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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5):512-17

Role of an intermittent claudication questionnaire for the diagnosis of PAD in ambulatory patients with type 2 diabetes

Mancera-Romero J., Rodríguez-Morata A., Angel Sánchez-Chaparro M., Sánchez-Pérez M., Paniagua-Gómez F., Hidalgo-Conde A., Valdivielso P.

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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5):518-25

Post-exercise ankle-brachial index is not an indispensable tool for the detection of peripheral arterial disease in an epidemiological survey. A post-hoc analysis of the Athens Study

Gouveri E., Papanas N., Marakomichelakis G., Tzavara C., Drakopanagiotakis F., Maltezos E., Diamantopoulos E. J.

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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5):526-31

Fate of the asymptomatic contralateral limb after initial intervention for ipsilateral critical limb ischemia

Yamamoto K., Taniguchi R., Hosaka A., Hoshina K., Okamoto H., Shigematsu K., Miyata T.

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International Angiology 2013 October;32(5):532-9

The estimated glomerular filtration rate is associated with subclinical atherosclerosis, independently of albuminuria, in patients with type 2 diabetes

Lu B., Wan J., Yang Y., Li Y., Hu R.

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