[Risk of myocardial infarct in 40 to 60-year-old males in relation to potential risk factors of atherosclerosis. Intermediate evaluation of the Göttingen risk, incidence and prevalence study following a 5-year observation period].

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The main part of the Göttingen risk, incidence and prevalence study (GRIPS) is a prospective cohort-study (GRIPS-project B). In 1982 about 6,000 male subjects aged 40-60 years underwent an extensive, baseline examination. The incidences of death and disease are being recorded in this collective by regular follow-up investigations. A five-year observation… (More)

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@article{Cremer1989RiskOM, title={[Risk of myocardial infarct in 40 to 60-year-old males in relation to potential risk factors of atherosclerosis. Intermediate evaluation of the G{\"o}ttingen risk, incidence and prevalence study following a 5-year observation period].}, author={Philipp Cremer and R. Muche and Birgit Kruse-Loesler and Danila Seidel and Barbara Labrot}, journal={Versicherungsmedizin}, year={1989}, volume={41 5}, pages={154-62} }