Arterial wall elasticity: state of the art and future prospects.


Peripheral vascular disease is a frequently occurring disease and is most often caused by atherosclerosis and more rarely by anomalies of the collagen or other components of the arterial wall. Arterial stiffness problems form one of the precursor phenomena of peripheral vascular disease, and in the case of atherosclerosis represents an independent risk… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.diii.2013.01.025


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@article{Messas2013ArterialWE, title={Arterial wall elasticity: state of the art and future prospects.}, author={Emmanuel Messas and Mathieu Pernot and Mathieu Couade}, journal={Diagnostic and interventional imaging}, year={2013}, volume={94 5}, pages={561-9} }