Greta de Backer

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The clinical consequences of atherosclerosis differ substantially by time, by place and by person. The between population variation can largely be explained by differences in the classical risk factors. Within a population it becomes more difficult to predict atherosclerosis risk solely on the basis of blood pressure, serum cholesterol and smoking. On the(More)
Four patients, three men aged 69, 55 and 45 years and one woman aged 72 years, complained of pain in and around the inguinal region without clear cause. The crippling symptoms were of a few days' to 8 years' standing. Passive hip movements were not restricted. Presence of pain after pressure on or stretching of the bursal wall during provocation tests and(More)
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