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Hyperglycemia And Hypertriglyceridemia Among Persons With Coronary Heart Disease.

L. Ostrander, B. J. Neff, W. Block, T. Francis, F. Epstein
Published 1967 · Medicine

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Excerpt Coronary heart disease has been associated with a number of physiologic abnormalities, of which hypertension and hypercholesterolemia have been most clearly defined as risk factors. Regardl...
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