By Scott M. Grundy (auth.), Scott M. Grundy (eds.)
In this up to date 5th variation of the Atlas of Atherosclerosis and Metabolic Syndrome (formerly the Atlas of Atherosclerosis), the editors have compiled a entire replace at the box of atherosclerosis. This four-color atlas comprises special legends and large reference listings for 1000's of illustrations, algorithms, schematics, and photographs. This re-creation focuses extra heavily on metabolic syndrome, in addition to comprehensively overlaying many different subject matters together with diabetes and vascular probability, weight problems administration, nutritional matters, drug therapy, gender and ethnicity alterations, etc. The remarkable, four-color layout mixed with the breadth of data it includes make this booklet a useful source for physicians, cardiologists, and all pros fascinated with the examine and remedy of atherosclerosis.
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