Kelsie J. Phelan

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BACKGROUND An abnormal ankle-brachial index has been associated with overt stroke and coronary heart disease, but little is known about its relationship with silent cerebral small vessel disease. AIM To assess the value of ankle-brachial index as a predictor of silent small vessel disease in an Ecuadorian geriatric population. METHODS Stroke-free(More)
Background. Little is known on the prevalence of peripheral artery disease (PAD) in developing countries. Study design. Population-based study in Atahualpa. In Phase I, the Edinburgh claudication questionnaire (ECQ) was used for detection of suspected symptomatic PAD; persons with a negative ECQ but a pulse pressure ≥65 mmHg were suspected of asymptomatic(More)
INTRODUCTION The ankle-brachial index (ABI) is a reliable screening procedure for peripheral artery disease detection. However, ABI testing is time-consuming and requires trained personnel, which may preclude its routine use in population-based surveys. Preliminary data suggest a relationship between ABI values and pulse pressure (PP) levels. AIM To(More)
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