An Introduction to the Epidemiology of Hypertension

Groover Jr., M.E.; Prather, E. Charlton
February 1978
Angiology;Feb1978, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p146
Academic Journal
Focuses on some of the most interesting clinical facts about the epidemiology of high blood pressure. Percentile lines of the surveyed patients; Heterogeneity of patients diagnosed with the condition.


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