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A morphometric method for assessment of atherosclerotic lesions

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      Abstract

      A simple method for quantitative and qualitative assessments of atheroma based on the application of a new measuring device is described.
      It allows an atheromatous index to be calculated quickly and accurately. This method, when applied to 200 standard segments from 50 aortas was shown to have a high reproducibility.

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