Carotid extramedial thickness is associated with local arterial stiffness in children

Tommy Y. Cai, Tim R. Sullivan, Julian G. Ayer, Jason A. Harmer, Stephen R. Leeder, Brett G. Toelle, Guy B. Marks, David S. Celermajer, Michael R. Skilton, Anna L. Hansell, Nectarios Rose, Christine T. Cowie, Elena G. Belousova, Ioannis Bakolis, Kitty Ng, Catarina Almqvist, Rosario D. Ampon, Tessa Bird, Bronwyn K. Brew, Warwick J. BrittonChristopher T. Cowell, Daniele Crisafulli, Sally Criss, Stella Davis, Wafaa Nabil Ezz, Samantha Forbes, Frances L. Garden, Andrew S. Kemp, Natalia Knezevic, William Krause, Craig M Mellis, Seema Mihrshahi, Mark Neumann, Jennifer K. Peat, Andres Quinones-Lucio, Anne Tattam, Euan R. Tovey, Carl H. Vanlaar, Nicola Vukasin, Craig Wainwright, Karen L. Webb, Christina Weber-Chrysochoou, Ann J. Woolcock, Jie Zhou

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