Current study results from the report, 'Angina pectoris is a stronger indicator of diffuse vascular atherosclerosis than intermittent claudication: Framingham study,' have been published. According to recent research from the United States, "To compare implications of Angina Pectoris (AP) and Intermittent Claudication (IC) as indicators of clinical atherosclerosis in other vascular territories. Prospective cohort study of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in 5,209 men and women of Framingham, MA, aged 28-62 years at enrollment in 1948-1951, who received biennial examinations during the first 36 years of follow-up."
"Comparative 10-year incidence of subsequent atherosclerotic...
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