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Strokes recur in 6—20% of the patients, most commonly within the first year; after a TIA or minor stroke; most recurrences will occur within the first 90 days. Our ability to identify patients at high risk is poor and most recurrent strokes cannot be explained by traditional risk factors. In...
Transplantation of endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs) are one of the promising strategies to recover the capillary flow in ischaemic diseases such as ischaemic heart disease and peripheral artery disease (PAD) in the leg. However, our previous and another group's works suggested the scarcity of...
Pregnancy is characterized by an increase in many of the different components of the circulating renin—angiotensin system (RAS). However, the physiological mechanisms of stimulated RAS activity during pregnancy are unknown. Even less understood is how this system may be altered in...
Hypercholesterolemia has been associated with increased cardiovascular risk by contributing to mechanical endothelial injury and dysfunction. There is evidence that chronic exposure to increased plasma cholesterol levels might also impair the repair of lipoprotein-mediated endothelial injury,...
Objective Coronary heart disease (CHD) mortality is higher in women than in men and misdiagnosis of CHD in women is one of the reasons for this, with differences in the presentation of CHD between men and women being a cause for the misdiagnosis. This review discusses the need for evidence-based...
Genetic susceptibility has been proposed as an important factor for the development and progression of diabetic nephropathy, and research efforts have been invested worldwide to identify the susceptibility gene for diabetic nephropathy. Although, several candidate genes were shown to be...
The noninvasive measurement of hemodynamic variables associated with hypertension and cardiovascular disease processes needs to be recognized as a viable adjunct to clinical practice. This review traces the history of the inception and development of noninvasive measurement of hemodynamic...
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