Measurement of Regression in Atherosclerosis

  • A. S. Daoud
  • K. E. Fritz
  • J. Jarmolych
  • B. Wiener
Conference paper


During the last few decades, a large body of morphologic, biochemical and clinical measurements indicated that diet-induced atherosclerotic lesions in many species of animals regressed after withdrawal of the dietary stimulus.


Severe Lesion Advanced Atherosclerosis Entire Aorta Lumen Stenosis Light Microscopic Section 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. S. Daoud
  • K. E. Fritz
  • J. Jarmolych
  • B. Wiener

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