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Coronary Atherosclerosis — Extension of Developmental Processes Beginning in Infancy

  • Adam Schneeweiss
  • Henry N. Neufeld

Abstract

The clinical presentation of coronary atherosclerosis in adults is known today to be only the tip of an iceberg. As with several other organs in the body, structural changes which may be termed pre-atherosclerotic changes begin early in infancy or even before birth.

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Coronary Artery Aortic Stenosis Coronary Atherosclerosis Elastic Fiber Umbilical Artery 
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© Martinus Nijhoff Publishing. Boston/The Hague/Dordrecht/Lancaster 1984

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  • Adam Schneeweiss
  • Henry N. Neufeld

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