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The Relationship Of Symptoms And Blood Pressure In A Population Sample.
T. Kottke, J. Tuomilehto, P. Puska, J. Salonen
Published 1979 · Medicine
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The relationships of symptoms and blood pressure were studied in a population sample of 1926 individuals. Analysis of covariance showed that none of the 13 symptoms was significantly related to systolic or diastolic BP. Symptoms were more strongly associated with confounding variables.
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