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An ideal animal model for any cardiovascular disease in humans should have five characteristics: (i) mimic the human disease, (ii) allow studies in chronic, stable disease, (iii) produce symptoms ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Sheila A Doggrell, Lindsay Brown

Date : 01/07/1998 Item size : 693819 bytes
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Abstract There are significant gender-specific differences in the incidence of hypertension and the clinical outcome of cardiovascular disease between premenopausal women and age-matched men, ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Mercedes L Kuroski de Bold

Date : 01/03/1999 Item size : 409792 bytes
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Premature menopause, natural or surgical, with reduced lifetime exposure to endogenous estrogens, should result in increased risk of coronary heart disease based on the assumption that estrogen is ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Tomi S Mikkola, Thomas B Clarkson

Date : 15/02/2002 Item size : 599130 bytes
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Women appear to be protected from the most common form of cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, when compared to men. Data generated from epidemiological studies and basic science research ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Peter Collins, John C Stevenson, Lori Mosca

Date : 15/02/2002 Item size : 138408 bytes
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Premenopausal women are relatively protected from coronary artery disease and atherosclerosis as compared to postmenopausal women, and this protection is attributed to the effects of the female sex ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Kamellia R Dimitrova, Kerry DeGroot, Adam K Myers, Young D Kim

Date : 15/02/2002 Item size : 490411 bytes
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Endogenous oestrogens and cardiovascular risk: role of menopause Despite substantial efforts to improve education and public awareness and despite the use of effective medications and life-style ...

Cardiovascular Research, VIEWPOINT EDITORIAL, Matthias R. Meyer, Matthias Barton

Date : 01/09/2009
Ehjcardiovascrec

Women appear to be protected from the most common form of cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, when compared to men. Data generated from epidemiological studies and basic science research ...

Cardiovascular Research, Collins, Peter, Stevenson, John C, Mosca, Lori

Date : 15/02/2002
Ehjcardiovascrec

Premature menopause, natural or surgical, with reduced lifetime exposure to endogenous estrogens, should result in increased risk of coronary heart disease based on the assumption that estrogen is ...

Cardiovascular Research, Mikkola, Tomi S, Clarkson, Thomas B

Date : 15/02/2002 Item size : 535027 bytes
Ehjcardiovascrec

Premenopausal women are relatively protected from coronary artery disease and atherosclerosis as compared to postmenopausal women, and this protection is attributed to the effects of the female sex ...

Cardiovascular Research, Dimitrova, Kamellia R, DeGroot, Kerry, Myers, Adam K, Kim, Young D

Date : 15/02/2002 Item size : 434227 bytes
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Sex differences have been noted in most major cardiovascular diseases including coronary heart disease, stroke, and hypertension. [...]in the United States, one in four adults has high blood ...

Cardiovascular Research, Bowles, Doug

Date : 01/01/2004 Item size : 124514 bytes