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Non-invasive detection of endothelial dysfunction in children and adults at risk of atherosclerosis
Ebstein's anomaly: presentation and outcome from fetus to adult.
Non-invasive measurement of human endothelium dependent arterial responses: accuracy and reproducibility.
Vascular responses to endothelium dependent and independent stimuli in systemic arteries can be studied non-invasively in man, and it is calculated that for individuals, an improvement in flow mediated dilatation of 4-8% is significantly greater than natural variability.
Endothelium-dependent dilation in the systemic arteries of asymptomatic subjects relates to coronary risk factors and their interaction.
Passive smoking and impaired endothelium-dependent arterial dilatation in healthy young adults.
Passive smoking is associated with dose-related impairment of endothelium-dependent dilatation in healthy young adults, suggesting early arterial damage.
Recurrence risks in offspring of adults with major heart defects: results from first cohort of British collaborative study
Prognosis in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: role of age and clinical, electrocardiographic and hemodynamic features.
Oral L-arginine improves endothelium-dependent dilation in hypercholesterolemic young adults.
Dietary supplementation with L-arginine significantly improves EDD in hypercholesterolemic young adults, and this may impact favorably on the atherogenic process.
Endothelium-dependent dilatation is impaired in young healthy subjects with a family history of premature coronary disease.
- P. Clarkson, D. Celermajer, A. J. Powe, A. Donald, R. Henry, J. Deanfield
- 18 November 1997
Healthy young adults with a family history of premature coronary disease may have impaired endothelium-dependent dilatation, even in the absence of other cardiovascular risk factors.
Impairment of endothelium-dependent dilation is an early event in children with familial hypercholesterolemia and is related to the lipoprotein(a) level.
- K. Sørensen, D. Celermajer, D. Georgakopoulos, G. Hatcher, D. Betteridge, J. Deanfield
- MedicineJournal of Clinical Investigation
Impaired endothelium-dependent dilation is present in children with familial hypercholesterolemia as young as 7 yr of age and the degree of impairment is related to the lipoprotein(a) level.