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Attempt to determine the restrictions of ankle — brachial index and usefulness of elevated anklebrachial index in patients treated on an internal medicine ward

  • Jarosław Biliński EMAIL logo , Natalia Czyżniejewska and Jacek Budzyński
From the journal Open Medicine


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