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To screen or not to screen for peripheral arterial disease in subjects aged 80 and over in primary health care : a cross-sectional analysis from the BELFRAIL study

Bibliographic reference Bergiers, Stein ; Vaes, Bert ; Degryse, Jean-Marie. To screen or not to screen for peripheral arterial disease in subjects aged 80 and over in primary health care. In: BMC Family Practice, Vol. 12, no. 1, p. 39 (2011)
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