Strategies for assessing cardiovascular risk in asymptomatic populations

Boyle, Roger; Jones, Melvyn M.; Zaman, M. Justin S.; Pell, Jill P.
June 2010
Heart;Jun2010, Vol. 96 Issue 11, p901
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a debate about the best method for evaluating cardiovascular risk in asymptomatic populations.


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